The employment tribunal was entitled to find that the correct hypothetical comparator for a female prison officer required to conduct rub-down searches on male prisoners was a male prison officer who was required to conduct rub-down searches on female prisoners. In the circumstances, a female prison officer was subjected to direct sex discrimination in being required to carry out a cross-gender search when a male prison officer was specifically prohibited from carrying out such a search.

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