A shop worker said she was “mortified” when she opened her locker and discovered a homophobic note.
The offensive message was found by Pammie Clinton during her shift at Wilko in Arnold, Nottinghamshire, on 9 September.
It directed a homophobic slur at her and implored her to quit. She handed in her notice a few days later.
Wilko said discrimination of any kind was not accepted and it was looking into the situation “very seriously”.
Ms Clinton, who is a lesbian, said the message had been pushed into her locker through a small hole.”I was absolutely disgusted with what I was reading – I felt like my heart had sunk to the pit of my stomach,” she said.
“I went straight to the bathroom and sat and cried.
“The incident was reported to management but the culprit was never found – and Ms Clinton said she felt compelled to resign.
She said: “I was filled with anxiety and found myself looking at everyone at work thinking ‘was it you?’, which was mentally and emotionally unhealthy.”
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