Owner of the upscale Nude Manicure Store in Seattle is upset by the store’s nudity policies.
The store’s Facebook page says it will be changing the way it sells manicures and other beauty products.
The post says the policy is not just for the sake of promoting the store, but for the health of its employees.
“This policy is intended to protect the health and safety of the employees and the community,” the post says.
“We are not comfortable with this policy.
We feel that it’s inappropriate to display body parts or body parts that are otherwise covered under a dress code.
This policy will cause a conflict with our dress code, so we will be removing it from the store.”
The store’s owner says she will appeal the decision.
The company’s owner, Michael Fossey, told KIRO 7 he did not know how much it would cost to appeal the ruling, but it would be a lot.
He says he’s happy with the decision because the company is doing the right thing.
“It is a great outcome,” Fosseys said.
“I’m happy for the employees, the community, and the business.
I think the owners of this business, they’re doing the best they can.”
Fossey says the company will take the issue to the city’s Office of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
He’s also reached out to the store owner to express his appreciation.
“I have nothing but respect for the store,” he said.
Fosseies claims he and his partner have worked together for years and have worked very hard to be successful.
He said he is not offended by the nudity, but believes it was inappropriate to show the woman on the cover of the store.
“We were just shocked by this,” he added.
“It’s just not something that we should be doing.”