CHICAGO: Schyler Truesdell, a doorman for Epic Restaurant in Chicago, could not have imagined that a polite greeting would have ended in a lawsuit. But it did when Plaintiff Kelli Belpedio claimed the greeting caused her breast implant to collapse. The complaint alleges that when the doorman squeezed her against his body, she felt a pain in the right side of her chest and a pressure against her right arm. When she awoke the next day, the breast had deflated. Truesdell is described in the lawsuit as “a former college football offensive linemen who weighed approximately 300 pounds.”
Belpedio believes it was Truesdell’s hug that caused the breast implant to lose its busty appeal. What’s a burst breast worth? $50,000 in damages.
CHICAGO: A very busy restaurateur in Chicago confronted two would be robbers with a very unusual request: Come back in an hour. And they did. Continue Reading
CHICAGO: A student who dreamed of being named King Prankster of his high school spiked the school cafeteria’s marinara sauce with hot sauce. But this was no ordinary, over the counter hot sauce. Da Bomb offers a special blend of hot peppers and prides itself on its near toxicity. It’s not clear which variety was used in the prank but at least one variety, “Final Answer Hot Sauce” has the same strength as US law-enforcement-grade pepper spray. Continue Reading
CHICAGO: Donald Trump found himself defending his business ethics when 87-year-old Jacqueline Goldberg claimed Trump cheated her in a bait-and-switch scheme connected to condos in a Chicago skyscraper he built. Continue Reading
CHICAGO: Three teens accused of raping a 12-year old girl and posting the video on Facebook will be charged as adults. Continue Reading
CHICAGO: A 14-year old boy engaged in the risky business of calling a prostitute while his parents were away. He set the meeting up online but didn’t get what he bargained for. Instead of coitus, the woman allegedly pepper sprayed him and took his iPad and piggy bank. Police nabbed the woman when she used the iPad. She was booked for Armed Robbery.
It seems only Tom Cruise can get away with pulling off this stunt. (Tom Cruise Film: Risky Business, 1983)
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