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The New York Daily News Has a Dress Code Problem

It’s summer, so we get dealing with the heat by trying to wear as few clothes as possible. So does someone (or maybe even a few people) at the New York Daily News.

According to The New York Post, the paper’s vice president of human resources, Jeff Zomper, had to send out a memo reminding staffers that while it might be hot, humid and stinky in the city, “Summer beach attire, including short pants, flip-flops and tank tops, were not appropriate attire for work.”

Let the record show that capris are alive and well at the Daily News.

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