In Germany, 'Barbara Emme was fired for allegedly stealing 1.30 euros (£1.16) worth of bottle deposits from her employer, Kaisers supermarket, after more than 30 years of service.'
She was punished so harshly 'while bankers who have lost billions stay in their jobs.' - Pilfered euro sparks German row
Kaisers has admitted it has no proof that Barbara stole anything.
A state labour court in Berlin upheld the grocery chain's right to dismiss Barbara.
Wolfgang Thierse, a vice president of Germany's parliament, the Bundestag, called the ruling "barbaric."
Berlin's leading legal organization is calling on Thierse to resign.
Barbara suspects she was fired because of her union activity. - Supermarket Cashier Becomes German Anti-Capitalist Hero
Sack the judges!
Kick out Angela Merkel!