Four women employees at a popular Port Elizabeth store have been left traumatized after they were allegedly forced to pull down their panties and reveal their menstrual status to their boss.
The women — employees at JA Florals Distributors in Fairview — say they were asked to show their underwear to a manageress after blood was found in a staff toilet.
As anger mounted at the humiliating treatment of the women, the manageress of the retailer, which specializes in flowers and party supplies, has since been fired.
Fighter Khanya Ngqisha, RCT Member exposing what it is exactly that these toy soldiers are defending. The whites are willing to go far to defend their supremacy and we will break them. We have thus called for a shut down starting Monday to show them we are serious pic.twitter.com/5Lo6XtH7er
— Official EFF Nelson Mandela Region (@EFFNMR) September 11, 2020
In other news – WATCH: Drunk SA woman who is not wearing panty shows off her private parts
Since the lockdown restrictions were loosened to level 2, whereby alcohol is now allowed to be sold and bars opened, South Africans have been doing the most lately. So ever since level 2 lockdown came into effect, social media has been flooded with videos and pictures of what is happening in the clubs.
Recently, there is this video making rounds of a drunk lady showing off her privates in the club and it is alleged to be in Pretoria. The lady can be seen teasing-like, uplifting her dress and it is clear she is not wearing anything underneath. Learn More