One summer item that I’d meant to get to, since it’s a follow-up to a blog post I had in December, concerns a Bosnian-Muslim cocktail waitress in England:

£3,000 for Muslim cocktail waitress who had to work in ’sexy’ dress (but who didn’t mind appearing on Facebook wearing a skimpy top)

Revealing: Fata Lemes on Facebook

A Muslim cocktail waitress who quit after refusing to wear a ‘sexy’ dress has won almost £3,000 in compensation for sexual harassment.

A tribunal accepted that Fata Lemes genuinely believed that the short, lowcut red dress was ‘disgusting’ and made her look ‘like a prostitute’.

But the panel rejected her claim that it was ‘sexually revealing and indecent’.

Her compensation claim of £20,000 – including £17,500 for hurt feelings – was branded ‘manifestly absurd’.

Miss Lemes told London Central Employment Tribunal that she ‘might as well be naked’ in the dress, adding: ‘I was brought up a Muslim and am not used to wearing sexually attractive clothes.’

However, a photo on the Facebook social networking site shows her wearing a lowcut T-shirt.

She was awarded £2,919.95 for hurt feelings and loss of earnings. It is not known whether the panel saw the Facebook photo before making their judgment. The tribunal panel ruled that bosses at Rocket bar and restaurant in Mayfair should have made allowance for her feelings and their insistence that she wear the dress amounted to sexual harassment.

It concluded that the Bosnian Muslim ‘holds views about modesty and decency which some might think unusual in Britain in the 21st century’.

However, it found that Miss Lemes, 33, ‘overstated’ her trauma at being asked to wear the sleeveless dress.
Her claim that she was left with no choice but to walk out of her job at the bar after only eight days was rejected by the panel.

Miss Lemes, of Camden, North London, was also judged to have overstated the injury to her feelings.
‘We do not accept that it was reasonable for her to decide, as she told us she had done, not to consider any form of waitressing again,’ the panel said.

‘Her sincere feelings about being required to wear a red dress when working in a Mayfair bar could not reasonably have caused her to rule out employment in, for example, a cafe or fast-food restaurant.’

The company failed to pay Miss Lemes for her shifts but handed over £255 during the hearing at the suggestion of the tribunal panel.

Ian Brockwell writing for made a few good points at the time:

Considering Muslim’s [sic] object to alcohol on religious grounds, what was she doing in a job like that in the first place? Whilst it is true that the “objection” is to drinking alcohol, almost 2 years ago the Muslim checkout staff at Sainsbury’s refused to even sell it to customers!

Although applicants should mention such objections before they accept the job, Sainsbury’s said “it was keen to accommodate the religious beliefs of all staff”…

Apparently, even though the sensitive Fata Lemes said “I was brought up Muslim and am not used to wearing sexually attractive clothes[,” she] was photographed…wearing a “skimpy outfit”…

Maybe her religious beliefs are just as fashionable as the clothes she wears and the places where she works?

The main point: Bosnian Muslims, like the rest of their brethren Muslims, are slick operators. Wily. Underhanded. And yet it is the Fata Lemeses of the world whose word we took on Srebrenica.

Lemes is a whore with her “beliefs,” just as the Bosnians whored out the Holocaust for Srebrenica and cheapened the word “genocide.”

As Robert Spencer pointed out at the time regarding Lemes’s claims of offense — and this applies to the claims of Srebrenica as well: It’s all just about intimidating the dhimmis — and you can do that whether you eat pork, drink alcohol and wear tight jeans, or not.

Bosnian “secularism” at work.