A Coutts employee was pictured wearing a rude hat during a company-sponsored charity trip.
The pictures were posted on Twitter and have since been the subject of an internal investigation.
The probe come just months after a senior staff member at the bank resigned following allegations of verbal and physical harassment.
Coutts, the bank used by the British Royal Family, is at the centre of a second sexism scandal of the year after images emerged of a staff member wearing a lewd hat during a work sponsored trip.
The pictures, which were posted on Twitter in October 2017, show an unknown Coutts employee sitting at a dinner table wearing a hat adorned with what appears to be a novelty penis. It is believed that the incident, which was first reported by The Wall Street Journal, took place during a charity cricket trip to Rwanda sponsored by the bank.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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