Seth Rogen’s R-rated new animated film Sausage Party is almost certainly not safe for work.

But according to a complaint filed by Canada’s largest private sector union, the $70-million-grossing blockbuster may have been “not fair for workers” either.

On Tuesday, a Unifor union organizer told Metro she filed a third-party complaint at the Employment Standards Branch against Nitrogen Studios — based in Canadian-born Rogen’s own hometown, Vancouver — over allegations that some animators were not paid for their overtime work for the studio.

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