If you play spicy music at work, you could be slapped with sexual harassment allegations. That’s according to a federal court ruling this week. The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals this week ruled on a case where the owners of a warehouse allowed employees to blast what was called "sexually graphic, violently misogynistic" music while working. An employee lawsuit was filed against the company, but the suit was dismissed by a lower court which ruled that if both genders were offended by the music, it's not sexual harassment. The Ninth Circuit ruled, however, that harassment "need not be directly targeted at a particular plaintiff in order to pollute a workplace."
Source: CBS News