TLC Cancels ‘LA Ink’
August 19, 2011 by Post Team
TLC Cancels ‘LA Ink’, When the New York Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation Jones Beach State Park requires Roy Lester lifeguard swimsuit wear a tiny swimming test for 2007 annual Lester – after about 50 years later – he refused. As the state was shot.
Since then, Lester, now 61 and a decade of four veterinary control department has sued – twice – by age discrimination and discuss, as the New York Daily News says that Speedo is “for all stomach laundry, not aging parents like him. “Both claims were dismissed earlier for technical reasons in 2008 and 2009, but now an appeals court has reinstated claim Lester. His case could go to trial later this year or next year in Nassau County, reports the Daily News.
Lester told the reporter that the edict Thomas Zambito Speedo was an attempt to eliminate the Jones Beach lifeguards its aging, it is estimated that over 80 percent of the lifeguards at Jones Beach – a popular destination for Long Island of the eight beaches in the state of New York – age 40 years. “This was not right,” said Lester, a bankruptcy attorney, represented himself in the claim of age discrimination and who has previously accused state officials to discipline the Jewish jackets more often than non-Jews. “They were just trying to get rid of older ones. For me, the key to everything to be a good lifeguard is experience. An old man sees savings before anyone else. [He knows] the water.”
Lifeguard Men should wear “boxer [s], written or shorts” in a bath of 100 meters due to end in 75 seconds, according to state standards. Lester wanted to use a more modest pair of cycling shorts for consideration in 2007, but was not given the option.
“I wore a Speedo when I was in my 20 years,” Lester, now stored in a private beach, told the Daily News. “Come on. Should be a law that bans anyone older than 50 years of wearing a Speedo.”
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