When a woman in Japan, the natural brown hair was forced frequently to completely dyeing anger to resort to the Supreme Court.
People’s Network Tokyo November 12 (Wu Ying) According to the Japanese current news agency, a 22-year-old woman in Osaka, Japan has been forced to black hair due to school in high school, causing psychological obstacles to complete their studies. This woman filed a lawsuit against the Osaka Local Court in September 2017, but the court finally judged that the school’s guidance is not illegal. The woman disadvantaged with the results of the judgment and appealed to the Japanese Supreme Court on November 11. According to reports, the plaintiff was 22 years old, and he entered a high school in the Osaka Prefecture in April 2015. Due to its school criteria prohibited hair dye, the girl of the natural brown hair was told when entering high school, "the color can not come to school", and thus have to continue to be dyed. Based on the complaint, the school does not meet the requirements of the college, including not allowing the class, and does not allow participation in the "cultural festival" activity and even the study.
The instructor requires her to have a hair every 4 days, saying "Time long hair color is shallow" "Dye is not deep enough."
The commercially available hair dye caused serious injury of the girl’s scalp and hair, and she even had excessive breathing in the school because of mental pain.
Despite this, she is still informing "If you don’t have black hair, you don’t come to school."
In 2017, the plaintiff alleged that the school "is an overlink behavior", which infringes her personal rights and claims to pay about 2.2 million yen (about RMB 12,200,000). Osaka Local Court first tried that the school guided the school to abide by the school rules and did not violate the law, but the school will be illegal to the plaintiff’s inwards, so the criterion will compensate for 330,000 yen (about RMB 10,000).
On October 28 this year, the Osaka High Court dismissed the appeal request of the plaintiff and supported the results of the first-instance judgment of the Osaka Local Court. The plaintiff disadvantaged the results of the judgment and appealed to the Japanese Supreme Court on November 11.
(Editor: Chen Jianjun, Sun Yu).