A reporter had to sport a winter jacket after she was barred from a Utah courthouse for wearing a sleeveless blouse.
It was Morgan Briesmaster’s first time at the Ogden’s 2nd District Court covering a new beat for the Standard Examiner, but a guard wouldn’t let her past security to cover a story because her seemingly professional blouse violated the dress code.
“He probably just had a bad day,” Briesmaster told the Daily News, but “I was shocked that I couldn’t do my job because I wasn’t wearing capped sleeves.”
I wouldn’t have even banned her for wearing those fall colors in the spring, and I’m picky about stuff like that.
And at least Briesmaster wasn’t a man in a short suit. Or worse…