Charles Price Represents Jaguar in Employment Tribunal

Tue, 07 Sep 2010

Jaguar worker allegedly told VIP visitors that Jaguar XF was “a load of s***" 
 
A JAGUAR worker complained he was unfairly sacked – after allegedly using a four-letter word to describe the new executive car to visitors at the plant.
 
David Potter, of Yardley Wood, Birmingham, told members of the Jaguar Drivers Club that the Jaguar XF was “a load of s***”, an Employment Tribunal preliminary hearing was told.
 
The club, which is made up of Jag enthusiasts from across the country, had asked Mr Potter what he thought of the car as he worked on the production line.
 
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