The owner of a tech firm has the internet scrambling to uncover his identity after he posted in a Reddit thread asking about the legalities of hiring strippers for his staff – while also admitting he doesn’t hire women.
On the legal advice sub-reddit, user fjfilin, who describes himself as the Founder of a technology company, posted a thread about whether or not there could be any legal ramifications for throwing a “stripper party” for his employees as a reward for hitting targets – The Mary Sue reports.
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