Man honestly thinks he would have got that job if he'd been black

A MAN is not letting his belief that he did not get a job due to his skin colour be affected by a total lack of evidence.

After missing out in the final round of interviews, Martin Bishop is convinced that being Caucasian meant he did not ‘tick the right boxes’ for a prized sales rep job in Luton.

Bishop said: “There’s only one reason I didn’t get that job – I’m not sufficiently ‘woke’ in my skin pigmentation. 

“These days if you’re black you’ve got a free pass. That’s the real racism. You only have to look at sport. Tiger Woods. Kelly Holmes. Er, Daley Thompson. D’you think Lewis Hamilton would have got where he is if he hadn’t been black? 

“I could drive just as fast as him. Faster probably, if it wasn’t for all these bloody speed bumps. They’ve even got them outside schools now. What message is that sending out to underprivileged white kids?”

Bishop dismissed the fact that the successful applicant for the job, Nathan Muir, was also white and no black applicants had been shortlisted.

He said: “That’s not the point. If I was black I’d have got the job. Perhaps I should have turned up in blackface but apparently that’s ‘offensive’ now. You could not make it up.”

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