Man Sues Employer for Brain Discrimination

Brain size and salary lawsuit

A man from California has filed a lawsuit against his employer, a software company, for allegedly discriminating against him based on his brain size. The man, who wishes to remain anonymous, claims that he deserves a raise because he has a bigger brain than his boss, and that his boss has been paying him less and treating him unfairly because of his brain envy.

According to the lawsuit, the man has been working as a software engineer for the company for three years, and has been consistently performing well and exceeding expectations. However, he has never received a promotion or a raise, despite his qualifications and achievements. He also alleges that his boss has been harassing and bullying him, calling him names, giving him impossible tasks, and taking credit for his work.

The man says that he discovered the reason for his boss’s hostility when he accidentally saw his boss’s medical records on his computer. The records showed that his boss had a brain volume of 1,200 cubic centimeters, while he had a brain volume of 1,500 cubic centimeters. The man says that he confronted his boss about this, and asked for a raise based on his superior brain size. However, his boss laughed at him and fired him on the spot.

The man says that he feels humiliated and violated by his boss’s actions, and that he is suing him and the company for brain discrimination, which he says is a form of disability discrimination. He is seeking $10 million in damages, as well as an apology and a public recognition of his brain superiority.

The man’s lawyer says that this is the first case of its kind, and that it will set a precedent for future cases involving brain discrimination. He says that brain size is a valid and objective measure of intelligence and ability, and that employers should pay their employees according to their brain size.

The boss and the company have not commented on the lawsuit, but sources say that they are planning to counter-sue the man for defamation and invasion of privacy. They also say that they have evidence that the man’s brain size is actually smaller than average, and that he has been lying about it to boost his ego.