In Meryl Streep’s new biographical comedy Florence Foster Jenkins, chronicling the career of a bad opera singer but fabulous socialite and her manager-husband St. Clair Bayfield, played by Hugh Grant, she’s terrible—in a good way.
When Sandra Rawline, a branch manager at Capital Title of Texas, was told she had to dye her hair from its natural gray, the boss was extra helpful, even offering to dye Rawline's hair for her. Rawline refused, and the next week she was fired and replaced with a woman ten years younger.
A former waitress sued her strip-club employer after they fired her for being too old. She just settled for $60,000.