Call it the right to bare arms.
A TSA agent won a $30,000 settlement after he complained to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission that he wasn't allowed to display his kara, a wristband that some sikhs wear to remind them of the divine, the Religion News Service reports.
Kulwinder Singh, who works at New York's JFK airport, said a supervisor asked him to cover up or remove the wristband.
“By keeping it concealed, it defeats that purpose,” the attorney who represented Singh to the wire service.
As part of the settlement, the TSA will have to post notices that Sikhs are free to wear the kara if they wish by mid-June.
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