Apple retail employees file pointless lawsuit over ‘bag check’ lost wages

GigaOm:

Former employees at Apple stores in New York and Los Angeles have filed a class action suit, claiming the iPhone maker required them to stand in line for up to 30 minutes every shift and wait for a manager to search their bags.

I’m guessing these “former” employees didn’t leave on the best terms for them to take out a lawsuit about having to wait a couple of minutes for a bag check? Maybe they should sue the public transport network whenever their bus or train is a few minutes late.

I’d quite like to see Apple counter-sue on the basis that every toilet break the employees took constituted a loss of earnings.