A Sky employee will not get his job back after making rape comments despite winning his unfair dismissal case.
Raja Minhas, aged 44, who worked as a retail advisor in Blackburn, made the comments on June 6, 2019, after seeing two teenage girls walk past the shop.
He had told his colleague, Mia Klemetti, that “girls in general who wear skirts like that and then get raped, it’s their own fault”.
This sparked a heated row between the two with Klemetti saying she would “rethink” what she would wear when working with him again.
Minhas was fired for the comments but sought his old job back.
He told investigators: “I saw two girls walking past, both girls were dressed inappropriately.
“You could see the outline of their bodies.
“I mentioned that if this were Pakistan, people would be looking and it’s like an open invitation to be getting raped.”
He later said he thought the conversation with Klemetti was simply an exchange between two colleagues and he…