Farting claim runs out of gas

14th April 2006 at 01:00
A teacher who resigned after the school she worked for failed to replace her squeaky chair, which made farting noises, has lost her employment tribunal.

rer, 48, former deputy head of Bedminster Down school, in Bristol, claimed she was the victim of sexist and bullying behaviour.

Ms Storer, from Pensford, near Bristol, had tried to sue her former employers, Bristol City Council. She has now started a new career as a textile designer.

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