The Weirdest Lawsuits You Have Ever Heard of.
Only ten percent of lawsuits end up in court. Besides the cases which are settled outside of court by both parties coming to an agreement, the rest are just tossed away. However, there are the frivolous ones which manage to slip through. One or two absurd cases in court is not such a big deal but when they are the same as a bad standup then it makes you shake your head. A normal adult will take a case to court just because he or she is failing on that sector while there have been cases of people suing because of their poor skills in math or inability to read. You cant help but think about how patient the attorneys who participated in such cases were. One of such cases is a woman suing because she was scared. The issue began with a woman who was after fun at the Universal Studios. If you follow the events at Universal Studios then the Halloween Horror Nights that happens every year is not a new thing to you. 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 pair didnt get injuries but an encounter with a Leatherface actor was considered enough to make the woman go to court. The experience left her to deal with nightmares which she demanded a compensation of fifteen thousand dollars. The judge was not having it and the case was tossed out with a demand for her to purchase 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 said it was because of proximate and direct causes of God that earthquakes, fearsome floods, tornado, plagues, and floods. This mans fury did not just end there because he urged for a cease and desist. He wanted everyone to part ways. This is a man who did all that while sane and not under any substance influence. The senator was reacting to the passing of laws that barred frivolous lawsuits being presented to the court.
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. He was ten million dollars as compensated. Apparently, the case had a basis on his decision to change his name to make people more aware of alcoholism. The funny part is that the campaign slogan selected did not feature his name.