Guillaume Rey claims his employer at the Milestones Resturaunt in Vancouver, British Columbia misinterpreted his “direct, honest and professional” French personality when they fired him for his “aggressive tone and nature.”

He filed a complaint at the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal claiming he was fired for being French, claiming it’s a culture that “tends to be more direct and expressive.”

More:

French waiter in Vancouver says he was fired for his ‘direct, honest’ personality – CBC

I’m not rude, I’m just French! Waiter fired for being ‘aggressive, rude and disrespectful at Vancouver restaurant sues for ‘discrimination against his culture’ – Daily Mail

Not rude, just French: Fired waiter claims discrimination – RTE