Life so far has been good to me and I have a large house which is cleaned by a local agency, I arranged to take on a maid to pop round for two hours twice a week. The next day the maid arrived and she was dressed in overalls looking not unlike Mario off the Nintendo. I thought about it and really wasn't happy, I was paying that agency £40 per hour and there is no formal uniform.
Then I remembered I ordered one of these for the wife that I hadn't given her yet, so I went upstairs and grabbed it, then gave the cleaner the box and told her to dress appropriately when working. Then reminded her that I was paying through the nose and could go elsewhere, so she went off and got changed.
A few minutes later there was a thud and a scream from the toilet, I checked and it was the maid, she had fall, ripping the outfit and covering most of the sink in blood in the process. I had to call an Ambulance and she went to hospital where they found she had broken her hip and they were disgusted in my behaviour, which is a bit strong all things considered.
I still don't see how it was my fault, its the agency that sent a 77 year old woman out to clean my house, and the hip she broke was artificial too, so must have been faulty, they are supposed to last a lifetime.
This item was excellent and I highly recommend it to anyone, but, as the courts now insist, it should not be utilised as a form of uniform appropriate for contracted staff and employees to wear.
Now she lives in the care home I am painting for my community service, so I know she is perfectly fine and healthy