Man Loses Job Over Packers Necktie
Updated at 10:15 PM CDT on Monday, Jan 24, 2011
Some people take their football seriously. Very seriously.
Just ask Chicagoan John Stone, whose boss at Webb Chevrolet in Oak Lawn told him to tremove Green Bay Packers tie he wore to work Monday morning.
When Stone refused, he was fired, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.
The boss, Jerry Roberts, said that wearing the tie was "salting the wounds" of Bears fans and that it "makes it harder to sell cars in what’s already a competitive sales environment."
Read the full story in the Chicago Sun-Times
Published at 10:00 PM CDT on Jan 24, 2011