The Daily Mail’s caption was positively elegant in comparison. And I don’t say that very often.
Meanwhile, Trenchard has emailed the following:
Did you read this from today’s grauniad?
‘The Wall Street bank Goldman Sachs has been hit with a sexual discrimination lawsuit from three former female employees who claim the firm has a testosterone-driven culture of press-up contests on the trading floor, male-dominated golf outings and scantily clad escorts at an office Christmas party.
‘Orlich claims she was excluded from golf outings, and recounts displays of “masculinity” including a push-up contest on the trading floor. And she asserts that a 2007 Christmas party for a sales team featured female escorts “wearing short black skirts, strapless tops and Santa hats”.’
Former female employees? Are they now men?
I don’t know about you, but push-up contest made me think wonderbra rather than masculinity … And ‘Santa hats’ … er, are these often associated with sexiness?
Blimey. Former females in push-up bras and Santa hats. Someone woke up in an interesting mood.