A woman was sent home from work for wearing a revealing outfit and took to TikTok for opinions on why despite bragging about human resources violations.
TikTok user @NotMarieDee claims she was dismissed for the day because her outfit was “too revealing.”
“Got sent home from work for this outfit,” she said, asking, “Should I quit?”
Naturally, her army of fans dismissed her low-cut top, claiming that the well-endowed woman looked very professional.
“That is BS, you look great and professional,” one wrote.
“Having [boobs] isn’t illegal so being sent home for having them should result in you owning the company,” another added.
Others pointed out that they would be staring at her cleavage all day.
“Make sense. Making me turn my head all the way around us giving me a headache,” one user wrote.
What she failed to mention is the fact her work is very aware of her inappropriate online postings.
Numerous other TikTok videos feature her making sexually suggestive comments while featuring other employees.
For example, in one TikTok post, she films a coworker with a soundbite that says, “Let’s see that penis.”
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While she acted shocked about being sent home over her outfit, she acknowledges her online behavior is inappropriate and shows no remorse.
“Reported this to HR,” a user commented.
“Great! I just received it (I’m head of hr),” she replied.
In another video, she shows what appears to be a company training event about “what not to post online.”
She captioned the video, “when the team meeting at work is about you.”
She even showed a text she received from a superior at work who requested a meeting with her to discuss her TikTok content.
In addition to her TikTok account, she uses the Twitter handle “MarieWithDDs” to promote her OnlyFans.
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