Bottom line for Belgrade boss

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From www.ananova.com comes the story of a Serbian stationery company boss who has banned staff from coming into work with dirty underwear. 

Milomir Gligorijevic says he is fed up with poor personal hygiene standards, and has made it a sackable offence for workers to turn up who haven’t showered or put on clean pants. He has also banned garlic breath and is insisting on the use of perfume and deodorant in a memo to all staff.

There has been no indication as to how the cleanliness of staff undies would be checked.

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