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A year-old woman who works as a school clerk in Osaka has been disciplined for having tattoos. The woman had her salary cut for one month for violating ethical rules, the Osaka board of education said, NTV reported Friday. According to the board, the woman got three tattoos from to There was an anonymous call to the school complaining about the tattoos, which prompted the board to investigate the case.
This is the first time an Osaka government employee has been punished for having tattoos since Osaka Mayor Toru Hashimoto announced an anti-tattoo policy in June, Hashimoto conducted a compulsory survey in which all employees of the city government were pressured to provide information about visible and concealed tattoos.
Hashimoto said the local government would block the promotion and advancement of any city employee who declined to respond to the survey asking them if they have tattoos. The survey was criticized by lawmakers and teachers throughout the prefecture, where about teachers and other school workers refused to respond, saying it infringed on their right to privacy.
We've made a "drinking map" for you so that you can easily find pubs even when you are hammered. I wonder who exactly was being hurt by this woman's tattoos. Much bigger problems in schools that need attention, I think. And as far as the anonymous call is concerned, if you're going to make a complaint, at least have the decency to give your name. An undeniable infringement of her human rights and privacy.
If the tattoos don't impair her ability to do her job then what is the problem? I agree with Yardley that the anonymous caller who made the complaint should have left her name. It showed a lack of guts. And now the clerk has agreed to have the tattoos removed. I wonder if she was threatened with further cuts in pay or even dismissal.