Thursday, November 07, 2019

Big HIV Breakfast Legal Drama

More deets about foodie debate and ALLEGED discrimination. Take a look:

Lawsuit: Kansas City area restaurant chain forces out employee with HIV

OVERLAND PARK, KS (AP) -- An employee of a Kansas City area restaurant chain alleges in a lawsuit that he was forced out after telling a manager that he had been diagnosed with HIV. The NEWSPAPER reports that Armando Gutierrez filed the lawsuit Tuesday in federal court.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Forced out?

Sounds like a stretch.

Anonymous said...

Makes you wonder how long he's had it and how many people have been infected.

Anonymous said...

I didn't realize HIV infected folks were allowed to work in restaurants.

Anonymous said...

What's in the gravy?

Anonymous said...

Not a good idea to have an hiv infected person in the food industry, sorry but can you imagine how much a person would get paid if they got hiv from this guy while he’s working there? Better safe than sorry.

Anonymous said...

This just in: Typhoid Mary, after leaving a trail of dead children in the households where she has worked as a cook, loses her job when she is quarantined; sues London City government and past employers for disability discrimination.

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- GOING VIRAL

After the breakfast cook contracted HIV, customers were afraid he'd gotten BEHIND in their orders!!!

Anonymous said...

Wouldn't the health department close the restaurant if a person with an infectious disease worked there? If so it sounds like the store did what they were supposed to do and get rid of unwanted pests.

Anonymous said...

Here is the legal fact regarding hiring someone who is HIV positive:

Under federal law, employers may not fire or refuse to hire someone with HIV, or any another disability, if the person can otherwise perform the essential functions of the job.