I think all the other workers should order Mexican for lunch and then purposefully follow the "tattle tale" around all day until the obvious happens...all at once.
Only too far if the fart wasn't utterly hilarious
I once worked in one office building that had signs all over the place warning against coming in to work with perfume or cologne on. It was a "scent free zone", as they called it.
The office was about 90% women. It was these very women who wanted the building declared a scent free zone. What's sad is that the front office was a public service center, and those same signs were posted at the front door, basically telling the customer, "If you emit any sort of odor, we will not service you."
We have too much of an organized society and a snobbish media ( majority). Can't say which comes first. But the answer is NO. Absurd , almost obsessive interpretation of 'rights'.
So the other guy should fight for his right to 'fart'.
We are living in a silly society.
Some people have **** for brains
LOL what the hell? For what, a disruption of the air-conditioning system by tampering the atmosphere with stinking farts??
Reporting a co-worker for one day of being gassy is ridiculous. If it was day after day and it was clear that the person had made no effort to alter their diet or take any kind of gas relief medication then it's understandable.
I guess you can report anyone for anything .. but I have a feeling it wasn't taken very seriously.
I don't give a **** about some dude's farts
That seems like a little much.