This has been reported by The Huffington Post where it has 26 total pages of comments: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/1...n_2352022.html
The Huffington Post also reported in this article about a very bizarre legal firing in which a dentist in Iowa actually fired his female assistant on the grounds that she's "attractive" and was seen as a "threat" to the dentist's marriage by both the dentist and his wife and the Iowa Supreme Court upheld the firing and even went as far as ruling that employers in Iowa can fire employees who are seen as an "irresistible attraction" and has otherwise did nothing wrong, how long do you think it might take for this to possibly happen here in Maryland?:
Likewise, the grounds for legal dismissal are becoming even more bizarre in some cases. On Dec, 21, the Iowa Supreme Court ruled that a dentist acted legally when he fired an assistant he found attractive because he and his wife viewed his attraction to the woman as a threat to their marriage.
The court actually ruled that an employer may fire an employee they see as an "irresistible attraction," even if the employee has done nothing to encourage attraction, engage in flirtation, or otherwise done anything wrong.