An employee told a co-worker that she sunbathed nude. He quipped that she should slide down a pole like a stripper. She became offended and complained of sex harassment. The story reached the owner and the employee was fired. The tribunal said the remarks weren’t sexual harassment but that the employee was still in line for damages because she had likely been fired in “reprisal” for complaining about harassment [Schmor v. Stonechurch Vineyards, 2009 HRTO 401 (CanLII), April 9, 2009].