Tilted Kilt Workers File Harassment Complaint

10 women filed a complaint with the EEOC, accusing their manager of sexual harassment

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    Tilted Kilt

    A group of women are accusing their manager of harassing them while they worked at Tilted Kilt in the Loop.

    Ten current and former employees of the sports bar famous for provocative waitress uniforms and short skirts filed a sexual harassment complaint with the Chicago office of the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on Wednesday morning, the Chicago Tribune reports.

    The women claim the manager at the Tilted Kilt located at 17 N. Wabash touched them inappropriately and made sexual comments and unwanted advances for more than two years. Management never did anything about it, they said.

    The Tribune reports the manager allegedly discussed pornography with customers and employees, and also used a straw to shoot water down the employees dresses, among other things.

    The women's attorney tells the Tribune the filing with the EEOC is the first step toward filing a federal lawsuit against the restaurant.