After a series of unfortunate events, a man was forced to pull off his pants for the first time on Friday.
The man, who asked not to be identified, was at a coffee shop in downtown Ottawa when a man with a beard and a long beard approached him.
“I was wearing jeans, but it was just the way I dress, and I guess I felt uncomfortable,” he said.
“And I started thinking, ‘I’ve got to wear something a little bit more professional, and more comfortable.'”
The man walked away, but not before a short conversation.
“It was just, ‘Do you want to get your shirt off?’ and I said, ‘Sure,'” he said, laughing.
The conversation quickly turned to the weather.
The next day, the man walked into the office of the Indigo Office Supply Company, a company that supplies office supplies to senior citizens and their families.
He wore a shirt and a skirt and a coat, as he often does.
He then went to work.
When the men in his office went to the bathroom, he was met by two colleagues who noticed his trousers were untied.
“So they came over and asked me if I was OK,” he recalled.
“You know, they said, you know, ‘You know you’re a bit of a prude, so what’s the big deal?'”
He explained to them that his trousers had been taken off by the previous day.
He said the incident happened at about 3 p.m. and that he had just gone to get a haircut and wasn’t wearing any shoes, but the two men didn’t seem to take it too seriously.
“They just looked at me and said, look, you’re doing the right thing,” he continued.
“Because they were just trying to make a joke.
And I didn’t really know what was going on.”
So what do you do when a coworker has their trousers taken off?
Here’s what to doWhen a coworking job is in danger of becoming unsafe, employees can step up to the plate and do their part.
Here’s what employees can do if they notice that a colleague is wearing something inappropriate or not wearing their proper shoes.