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Her Headscarf Was Called ‘Unprofessional’ So She Came to Work in Cosplay

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It’s outta Office Space

What’s more satisfying than telling someone off in real life? Trolling your buttmunch of a boss. June Rivas is my new hero. I wish I had the gall she does. Why? She dressed up in cosplay to spite her uptight boss.

“So my boss didn’t like me wearing my hair in a ponytail everyday,” she wrote on Facebook. “Nor my hair in a scarf. ‘Unprofessional.’ Nor my hair in pigtails. ‘Unprofessional.’ So I filed a harassment complaint against her as our contract states ‘no dress code. just be clean and pressed.'”

Of course Rivas’s boss wasn’t backing down because she’s stubborn. Her boss came up with a new dress code that banned a lot of things, like hats, sandals, cleavage and “even (and I quote) ‘cultural head wraps.'” But her boss left out one crucial rule: She didn’t ban cosplay.

Rivas did the right things and reported her boss to the Equal Opportunities Employment Commission, but not before having a little fun.

employee trolls boss over dresscode

Source: Facebook @June J Rivas

Check out her “work” attire!

Marvel Girl

june dressed up in cosplay storm from xmen

Source: Facebook @June J Rivas

Rivas made a perfect Storm from X-Men, complete with scary contacts. She also does a great Susan Storm (aka Invisible Woman) from The Fantastic Four. Love the cute jacket as an addition!

Eyebrows on Fleek

june dresessed up in cosplay

Source: Facebook @June J Rivas

Not being with it, I have no idea who she’s supposed to be here on the right. But Bob from Bob’s Burgers on the left, complete with mustache and hair net, Jane nails it. He looks like my kinda man. Halp! Please let me know who’s on the right!

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