A STEELWORKER has won a payout for suffering racial abuse — even though he is white.
Wayne Hoch, 35, was called a n****r, w** and kaffir, an insult used in South Africa.
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His face was superimposed on to the photos of black bodies.
And owners joined in the torment at Thor Anderson Steel Fabrications in Ulverston, Cumbria, a tribunal heard.
Wayne, who is white with blond hair, has been awarded £54,686 for constructive unfair dismissal and racial harassment at the Carlisle hearing.
Hoch, who was born in South Africa but lived in England since he was 18, said: “I almost ended my life from the stress.”
The firm has been approached for comment.
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