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The irony was not lost on America West, which promptly investigated its employee for violations of the company's sexual-harassment policy. The probe unearthed a smoking gun: an e-mail in Sheville's in-box from two years earlier titled "Wicked Weasel," showing scantily clad women with nipples, pubic hair and genitalia visible. (Wicked Weasel is an Australian manufacturer of skimpy bikinis. It is unclear from the court opinion whether the clothing in question was being worn, removed or somewhere in between.
America West's managers, on the other hand, responded that "after reviewing the frontal nudity depicted in the (Wicked Weasel e-mail) and comparing them to the e-mails sent by other members of the department, none of which contained frontal nudity and most of which contained no nudity at all, (we) made the determination to terminate (the Wicked Weasel offenders) and to provide progressive counseling to the other affected members of the department."
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