Judges on an employment tribunal in the UK ruled today that it's sexual harassment to mock a man for being bald.
Electrician Tony Finn claimed the unfair dismissal from his job, because he said he was subjected to discrimination for having no hair.
Specifically, his factory supervisor Jamie King called him "a bald" BLEEP.
Incredibly, he won the case because the judges determined that hair loss is much more prevalent among men than women,
so using it to describe someone is a form of discrimination.
They said: "In our judgment, there is a connection between the word 'bald' on the one hand and the protected characteristic of sex on the other."
Even more absurdly, the judges compared being mocked about baldness to remarking on the size of a woman's cleavage,
raising a previous case where a man was found to sexually harassed a woman by commenting on the size of her breasts.
No bald man has ever been wolf-whistled in the street, or objectified in the office by a leering woman saying: "that's a hot shiny dome you got there darling..."
You might be unsurprised to hear that all three judges on this panel who reached this decision are themselves bald.
Being bald is just a fact of life, not a topic for sexual harassment lawsuits.