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Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Only in America

Alt Tv/Fleet FM Breakfast News
Only In America
A US judge has lost a $54m claim against a South Korean dry-cleaning firm which lost a pair of his trousers. Roy Pearson, a judge of administrative law, claimed that Custom Cleaners had violated the Consumer Protection Act. By refusing to pay him $1,000 (£500) after losing his trousers, they failed to honour a pledge to provide "Satisfaction Guaranteed", he argued. But a Washington judge dismissed the case, which drew international attention, awarding the cleaners costs. Legal groups have said the case, which has dragged on for two years and involved thousands of hours of legal investigative work, has damaged the image of the US judicial system. $54 million for a pair of trousers? Only in America.


At 26/6/07 5:22 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

do that judge come from texas bomber,

At 27/6/07 7:45 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

They don't "speaky the engleesh" matey!


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