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A lawsuit filed by a woman claiming her husband was unjustly fired from his job as a result of his extreme flatulence has been thrown out by a federal court judge.
Louann Clem filed the suit in Trenton, New Jersey, against Case Pork Roll Company claiming that they discriminated against her husband Richard Cass due to his excessive gas problem, which flared up after he underwent gastric bypass surgery.
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Cass, a comptroller who worked for the pork roll company for 10 years, experienced 'extreme gas and uncontrollable diarrhea', which his bosses 'constantly' complained about before he was fired in 2014, the lawsuit said.
Clem, who worked alongside Cass at the company based in New Jersey, quit the same day her husband was fired.
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She first filed the suit in November 2015, saying she suffered mental and physical anguish before it was dismissed last July.
An amended suit was thrown out by US District Court Judge Freda Wolfson, who ruled the company did not create a hostile work environment, NJ.com reported.
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