15 Year Old Sues Mom for Confiscating his Phone
It’s not uncommon for a concerned mother to take certain steps to ensure her child buckles down on schoolwork. That may include taking away television privileges, grounding the kid from going out with friends on the weekend or, these days, confiscating a smartphone.
But that latter action landed one Spanish mom in court recently, as her 15 year old son sued her – accusing her of “mistreatment” after she confiscated his phone to make him study. FoxNews.com reports that a Spanish judge sided with the mom, ruling that she was “well within her rights” as a mother to confiscate the phone.
Woman Sues Restaurant After Falling off Popular Donkey Statue
The donkey statue at El Jalisco restaurant in Tallahassee, Florida is a popular feature for patrons at the Mexican restaurant.
It’s so popular, in fact, that patrons have organized a “For the Donkey” Facebook campaign to save the popular statute after one local woman sued the restaurant after she hopped up on the statue and reportedly fell and injured herself.
Massachusetts Man Files Class Action Lawsuit over ‘Fake Butter’
Is so-called “fake butter” on your bagel worthy of a lawsuit? A Massachusetts Dunkin’ Donuts customer seems to thinks so.
He ordered a bagel with what he thought was real butter, but discovered the butter wasn’t actually from a cow. So, he filed two lawsuits, even seeking class action status for any other customers who might have similar issues with their buttered bagels.