A lawsuit has been brought by a man against his former female bosses after they fired him for supposedly turning down their sexual advances. The man is working as a public relations representative in New York City.
Joseph Earl Jackson has claimed in his lawsuit that his supervisors at Open Communications Omnimedia fondled, kissed and flirted with him, and asked him to take part in a "bang sesh," the New York Post reported.
Jackson said that one of his supervisors, Sally O'Dowd, told him "she loved young black and Hispanic men" and "that she loved how sexy his chest and deltoids were in his white shirt".
According to the Manhattan civil suit, O'Dowd even commented on Jackson's penis size, saying that a condom "probably wouldn't fit him".
Jackson has claimed in his court papers that the incident left him feeling extremely humiliated, degraded, victimised, embarrassed, and emotionally distressed.