Now, I know there are times when a spouse might throw away a well-worn favorite shirt, and life doesn't seem the same without it due to "mental suffering, inconvenience and discomfort."
A Washington, D.C., dry cleaners says it's their business a longtime customer is taking to the cleaners.
A $10 dry cleaning bill for a pair of trousers has ballooned into a $67 million civil lawsuit.
Plaintiff Roy Pearson, a judge in Washington, D.C., says in court papers that he's been through the ringer over a lost pair of prized pants he wanted to wear on his first day on the bench.
He says in court papers that he has endured "mental suffering, inconvenience and discomfort."
The lawsuit is based in large part on Pearson's seemingly pained admission that he was taken in by the oldest and most insidious marketing tool in the dry cleaning industry arsenal.
In the TV report, it was said that the couple first offered him $3,000 to settle, and increased the offer to $12,000.
I wouldn't want to before this guy's court as he might let his own agendas dictate his decisions.
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