Judge sues laundromat for $67 million for lost pants.It's nice to know we can count on the people charged with throwing out absurd cases like this. The clients even offered $12K for the "$800" pants, he said no.
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|Jeremy - I hate our freedoms|
Update - Trial Day 2
He cried about his pants on day one, sadly there was no weeping on day 2.
|craig - This is Anfield|
|Wouldn't you be upset if someone was denying you your constitutional right to dry cleaning? I get a bit weepy just thinking about the horrors this poor man has been through.|
|Jeremy - Cube Phenomenoligist|
If "satisfaction guaranteed" was an unconditional guarantee wouldn't that mean someone could buy a candy bar and then request the entire contents of the cash register to be satisfied with the encounter? They either cough up the money now or get sued?
What if someone confused Dry Cleaning with alchemy and thought that their pants would in fact be turned to gold. When all they got back was a clean pair of pants should they be able to demand the pants' weight in gold?
|Jeremy - Always thinking of, but never about, the children.|
He lost and has to pay the legal costs of the dry cleaners.
|craig - You'll never walk alone|
It's probably not over... he's expected to appeal.
Hopefully his career as a judge is over though.