Historical Lawsuits That are Way too Weird.
The courts are always busy but you should know that ninety percent of the cases never end up in court. Many of the claims made will be settled through negotiations or rejected. From time to time, however, some absurd ones will make their way to court. Sometimes you will not know whether to worry, cry or laugh at some of the cases that you might see in court. Some people will file a lawsuit because they are bad at math, they cannot read or just that they have failed to function as adults. It makes you applaud the lawyers who had to be in court for such. One of such cases is a woman suing because she was scared. It started with the woman visiting Universal Studio for some Fun. Anyone who is familiar with the studio event will have heard of the Halloween Horror Nights which happen every year. It is all about epic proportions of horror at a glorified haunted house. The goal is to experience gore, murderers and creeps who scare you. The woman and her granddaughter attended the party and for some reason what was on the ad wasnt internalized. The duo did not get hurt but a Leatherface actor made them go to court. The experience left her to deal with nightmares which she demanded a compensation of fifteen thousand dollars. The judge silenced the woman by telling her to get a nightlight.
If you thought suing God was impossible, there is someone who has been there and done that and he was also the Nebraskan senator who had had it with natural disasters. He linked God to the pestilential plague, terrifying tornados, horrendous hurricanes, egregious earthquakes, fearsome floors and inter alia. The senator wanted the court to rule for desist and cease against God. He did not want anything to do with God at that point. The senator was completely sane and sober when calling for that. The state has passed laws to reduce the filing of lawsuits that were frivolous and the senator was not happy about that.
Jack a** was quite common in the 90s. Apparently, those were the full names of a certain man. He ended up suing the MTV owner for causing chaos in his life. The Jack a** could only be satisfied with ,000,000. He has done a name change to let more people know about the dangers of alcoholism. The name of this Jack A** was left out in the slogan which makes the whole case baseless.
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