Perhaps one of Ireland's best-known bald men says he doesn't consider the b-word to be sexual harassment.
Conor Pope was speaking after judges in Britain concluded that calling a man 'bald' is sexual harassment.
The case was taken by electrician Tony Finn, who was sacked by his employers and told the tribunal that his supervisor had called him a "bald c**t" during an argument in July 2019.
The judges said that the decision was made because men were more likely to suffer from baldness than women, and that it was equivalent to remarking on the size of a woman's breasts.
Conor told Lunchtime Live he's not sure he'd take it that far.
"It's not something that I would ever have considered sexual harassment - I would consider it a statement of fact.
"I thought what was interesting about this particular story that came out of the UK was the chap in question was called a 'bald c**t'... but he didn't object to the c-word in his submission to the tribunal.
"He objected to the b-word - he objected to being called bald - and he did perceive it to be sexual discrimination.
"Obviously the vast majority of people who suffer from male pattern baldness, as the name might suggest, are men.
"I do know that I have been called a bald fecker in the past by random people on the street, and I'm fairly relaxed about it.
"I would consider it more of a statement of fact than an insult.
"But I do appreciate... for some people it would really trouble them, and it would really upset them.
"But I think for a lot of other people, who've embraced the fact that this is just part of who they are, they get on with it.
"It's like being called 'big ears' or someone with an oddly shaped nose or whatever it might be.
"I do think the personal insult element of it is totally abhorrent - shouldn't happen, should never happen in the workplace.
"But as I say it's not something that would cause me undue concern".