Fan Gets “Butt” End In Rick Springfield Personal Injury Lawsuit

Rick SpringfieldNo butts about it, we think might have found one of our most frivolous lawsuits yet.

Vicki Calcagno of Liverpool, New York recently filed a personal injury lawsuit against 1980’s pop star Rick Springfield (of “Jessie’s Girl” fame), alleging that the rocker fell into her during a 2004 concert, resulting in Springfield’s buttocks striking Calcagno in the head which led to “lasting injuries”.

Calcagno’s evidence? A close up picture of Springfield backside.

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A Gluten-Free Lawsuit So Ridiculous the Gluten-Free Community Rejects It

PF Changs LawsuitA California woman seems to want to have her gluten-free lo mein and eat it, too.

Anna Marie Phillips is attempting to file a class action against the popular Asian-American restaurant chain P.F. Chang’s for charging more for items on a gluten-free menu — a practice that Phillips claims is a discriminatory violation of the Americans With Disabilities Act.

While the menu only charges a dollar more per gluten-free menu item, this article from Legal Newsline reports that the estimated damages in Phillips’ proposed class action would be at “$4000 per violation”.

It doesn’t help Phillips’ case that the Celiac Disease Foundation — whose mission is to “improve the quality of life for all people affected by gluten-related disorders” — doesn’t support Phillips’ lawsuit.

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Bite Over Bark: Frivolous Lawsuit Costs Neighbor $500K

Bite Over Bark: Frivolous Lawsuit Costs Neighbor $500KCould a dog’s bark be louder than thunder, and nearly akin to the decibel level of a military jet taking off?

That’s the claim made in a 36-page, $500,000 lawsuit filed by a Seattle man, Woodrow Thompson, against his neighbor, who claim’s the bark of the neighbor’s dog, Cawper, caused “profound emotional distress.”

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