Thursday, May 3, 2007

Judge: Cleaner owes me $65 million for my pants

Jin Nam Chung and Ki Chung, taken to the cleaners
Frivolous lawsuit over a lost pair of pants? Read on. And then please consider making a donation to to aid their defense.
WASHINGTON - The Chungs, immigrants from South Korea, realized their American dream when they opened their dry-cleaning business seven years ago in the nation's capital.
For the past two years, however, they've been dealing with the nightmare of litigation: a $65 million lawsuit over a pair of missing pants. But a patron of the cleaners, Washington Judge Roy Pearson, has turned a $10 dry cleaning bill for a pair of trousers into a $67 million civil lawsuit.
Click link below to read about the elaborate computational formula he uses for justifying this outrageous claim


chimparama said...

Good thing they weren't Alito's pants or Gitmo for the couple.

Anonymous said...

Their attorney ought to have a good time (and outcome) with this one.

Anonymous said...

These poor people! I just donated.