Not only that, the Muslim former employee, Jean Camara, says that when he refused to work with pork, the major retailer sent him outside to gather carts. But he didn’t want to do that job either. That’s why he says he’s doing what he’s doing, suing Costco for religious employment discrimination.
ABC News The Muslim says he was working as a cashier’s assistant at the Costco in Sunset Park Brooklyn in September of 2012 when pork came across the conveyor belt. It’s against his religious beliefs to touch either pork or alcohol. (LIAR! Your religion says can’t eat it, nothing says you can’t touch it)
Camara says after telling his managers this, they transferred him outside collecting the shopping carts. Camara says they never told him why he was reassigned. (Well DUH) Camara says he asked his managers if he could work in the electronics department, but his requests were repeatedly denied. He ended up filing a human rights complaint against the company. 16 days later, he was fired for insubordinate conduct.