Vegetarian waiter who claimed he was picked on for not eating meat LOSES discrimination case as tribunal rules his diet is a ‘lifestyle choice’

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A VEGGIE waiter who claimed he was a picked on at work for his plant-based lifestyle has had his discrimination case dismissed. George Conisbee told an employment tribunal that he was mocked for not eating meat while working at the Fritton Arms manor house hotel near Lowestoft, Suffolk. But the t...

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