Woman Says She Was Fired Over Radio Station Bumper Sticker
March 10, 2006 at 6:53 AM (PT)
Back in the day, a radio station bumper sticker could win the car's owner some prizes. In VISTA, CA, a woman claims that her CLEAR CHANNEL Talk KLSD-A/SAN DIEGO bumper sticker got her fired, and she's suing her employer over it.
The NORTH COUNTY TIMES reports that LINDA LAROCA is suing ADVANTAGE SALES AND MARKETING and her former manager BEVERLY FATH for wrongful termination, state constitutional violations, and emotional distress, claiming that FATH saw the "1360 AIR AMERICA PROGRESSIVE TALK RADIO" sticker, suggested that LAROCA could be a member of al Qaeda, and fired her.