A salesman has reportedly filed a discrimination lawsuit against his former employer in a New York state court alleging that the employer, who had invited the salesman to return to his job in a frame shop, asked him to leave when he saw how much weight the salesman had gained since leaving the shop in 2008. Bogadanove v. Frame It In Brooklyn, No. n/a (N.Y. Sup. Ct., Kings Cnty., filing date n/a). According to the complaint, former employer Jerry Greenberg took one look at Seth Bogadanove on his return and said “Oh my God, what happened to you, you got so fat!” When Bogadanove attempted to explain that medication he was taking caused the weight gain, Greenberg allegedly said, “Oh my God, I am so sorry, I can’t use you, there is no way you can work here at your size. You wouldn’t fit between the aisles.” Bogadanove then purportedly asked to tour the shop to see if he could be accommodated, but Greenberg allegedly told him to leave “because of his obese size.” The plaintiff reportedly seeks back pay, benefits, compensatory and punitive damages, and attorney’s fees. See Courthouse News Service, June 20, 2013.