I've always said people are shallow. Myself included. In fact, there are times I embrace that notion. But the employee hotness meter at Abercrombie & Fitch takes things to a whole new level.
I was reading the story this morning with my mouth hanging open, which probably disqualifies me from ever working at the North Park store. That, and age and my balding head and my pear-shaped body and whatever other imperfections the secret shoppers might deem unattractive.
A&F may not be the only business that rates potential employees on looks (have you ever seen an ugly waitress at 8.0?), it's just the most blatant about it. In a sea of shallowness, they make the tiniest splash.