She was fired for singing on the job

A woman has won six months’ wages as compensation after her Italian employer fired her for singing on the job, according to her union.
A spokesman for the CGIL steelworkers’ branch in Bergamo, Italy, said the woman — a long-term employee — was fired from a metalworking shop for “singing and bothering her colleagues,” according to a report by Agence France-Presse.
The union spokesman claims the stated reason for her firing is ridiculous because her job was hammering metal, and no one in the workplace would be able to hear her more than a couple of yards away.
He says the her singing was a pretext that the employer used to fire a worker during hard economic times.