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Jim Jam Ban: Social welfare office outlaws pyjama wearers coming for interviews reporters

Published 25/01/2012 | 11:56

A DUBLIN social welfare office in Dublin has banned the wearing of pyjamas for those attending interviews.

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The Damastown office in West Dublin has put a sign on its window outlawing the wearing of nightwear.

Staff say this attire will no longer be tolerated.

It is understood the decision was made following a number of complaints from customers.

The sign states that pyjamas “are not regarded as appropriate attire when attending Community Welfare Services at these offices.”

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