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Female Intern Sues “Offensive And Degrading” French Bank For “Flagrant Misogyny” / by Tyler Durden / Nov 17, 2017 1:22 PM

Seemingly echoing Casbalanca’s “I am shocked there is gambling going on here,” young female intern Nadia Moukaideche was ‘shocked’ enough to seek counseling after discovering “disgusting, childish, misogynist” behavior at French investment bank Credit Agricole.

Moukaideche, who was born in 1991, had worked at two investment banks in Paris, where she said she had no problems with any colleagues, but as Bloomberg reports, she found the male-dominated working atmosphere at the French bank’s London office was so “offensive and degrading” that it drove her to seek counseling over the “misogynist” behavior of colleagues, according to her employment tribunal claim (in which she is suing the bank for sexual discrimination).

The intern said her manager encouraged “a variety of disgusting and childish behaviors such as animal noises, burps, passing of wind and ball games,” according to her witness statement for the tribunal.


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