Papa Johns has been accused of failing to curb bro culture at the beleaguered pizza chain just over a week after its founder was ousted for using the n-word.
A new report, based on interviews with 37 current and former employees, revealed a current of underlying sexism at the company, with female staff often mocked or asked if they were menstruating during business conversations.
Staff described open discussions about 'gangbangs' with male executives asking some female employees if they wanted 'to jump on the train,' according to a Forbes report.
Three employees claimed that new CEO Steve Ritchie was present for many of the sexist comments, but had simply laughed along.
Ritchie declined to comment on the allegations as did Papa Johns.
When reached by Forbes, ousted founder John Schnatter's lawyer, Patricia Glaser, claimed it contained 'inaccuracies and misrepresentations' without specifying what those were.