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Poland charges IKEA manager for firing worker who made anti-gay comments

An IKEA manager in Poland could face a fine or even jail after firing a worker who said that homosexuals deserve to die. The Catholic worker made the comments on the company’s intranet in response to an IKEA event supporting the LGBT+ community last year.

The worker, Tomasz K, allegedly used the Bible to try to justify the remarks, which included calling homosexuality an ‘abomination’.

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