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September 16, 2010

September Most Ridiculous Lawsuit Poll — The “Ladies’ Nights are Safe” Edition

Gloria Steinem can breathe easy: the women’s rights movement is alive and well, no thanks to a recent scare caused by a self-proclaimed “anti-feminist lawyer.”

According to a lawsuit brought by the pro-male gender crusader, the lawyer was upset that popular New York City nightclubs were charging men higher admission rates than women on “Ladies’ Nights.”  But while he saw these promotions as violations of his civil rights as a man, the three-judge panel presiding over the case unanimously ruled that he failed to prove that the clubs were violating state discrimination law. 

Does putting the future of “Ladies’ Nights” at risk make this lawsuit the most ridiculous of the month?  Or will one of these nominees take the honor?

  • A man in a property dispute filed a suit for $38 quadrillion even though there is only a total of $24 trillion in circulation worldwide;
  • An addicted video game player sues a game maker for his inability to function in the real world;
  • A lawsuit in California wants to prohibit minors from “liking” any Facebook pages, pictures, comments or ads without parental approval;
  • An upset teenager who intentionally crashed her car into oncoming traffic in a suicide attempt sues the estate of the pregnant woman whom she killed;

Go to FacesOfLawsuitAbuse.org and cast your vote

Gloria Steinem can breathe easy: the women’s rights movement is alive and well, no thanks to a recent scare caused by a self-proclaimed “anti-feminist lawyer.”

According to a lawsuit brought by the pro-male gender crusader, the lawyer was upset that popular New York City nightclubs were charging men higher admission rates than women on “Ladies’ Nights.”  But while he saw these promotions as violations of his civil rights as a man, the three-judge panel presiding over the case unanimously ruled that he failed to prove that the clubs were violating state discrimination law. 

Does putting the future of “Ladies’ Nights” at risk make this lawsuit the most ridiculous of the month?  Or will one of these nominees take the honor?

  • A man in a property dispute filed a suit for $38 quadrillion even though there is only a total of $24 trillion in circulation worldwide;
  • An addicted video game player sues a game maker for his inability to function in the real world;
  • A lawsuit in California wants to prohibit minors from “liking” any Facebook pages, pictures, comments or ads without parental approval;
  • An upset teenager who intentionally crashed her car into oncoming traffic in a suicide attempt sues the estate of the pregnant woman whom she killed;

Go to FacesOfLawsuitAbuse.org and cast your vote.

 

 

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