(Original post by AperfectBalance)
I mean he did hear voices and communicate to his dead family, and do you seriously think someone is going to deny them a job because they once saw an outfit like this?
It's not just that, it's also the amount of horror movies there are, websites and other things that stigmatises mental health, that can contribute to lawyers denying someone a job.
However, this should not happen, and there are laws in place to make sure this doesn't happen, however, you cannot prove you were rejected due to a disability if you get no response back after the interview. It only starts to become obvious when several interviewers reject you.
To make sure that the rejection is not about your mental health or any of your other conditions, if your condition isn't too severe, you can choose to not mention about it, and deny them access to your health records, so they don't know about it or go to a company that is specifically designed to take care of your needs (like there is a company that provides a one week interview, and a variety of different types of cabins to accommodate people with autism).
That's obviously harder with things like obesity or mobility impairments, however you have to meet halfway and find a job that fully accommodates you and not just have the employer find an employee that can fully benefit the company, without providing much but basic facilities for the employee, like food, drink, and bathrooms.