Last month, we sent out as much bad luck as we could summon through the ether to Roy Pearson, a talentless, unscrupulous hack of a judge up for reappointment in DC. This all, of course, went down smack dab in the middle of his $54-million dollar lawuit of a Korean couple who own his dry cleaners–over a pair of missing pants.
Shockingly, he was reappointed, but we at DISGRASIAN just discovered that he has finally lost the lawsuit by ruling of a real DC judge:
The judge hearing the case ruled that Pearson did not interpret that sign in a reasonable fashion.
“A reasonable consumer would not interpret ‘Satisfaction Guaranteed’ to mean that a merchant is required to satisfy a customer’s unreasonable demands,” D.C. Judge Judith Bartnoff wrote.
Pearson must pay several thousand dollars in filing fees and other court costs incurred by the defendants, Bartnoff ruled.
The Chung family will also ask the judge to require Pearson to pay their legal bills, a sum defense attorney Christopher Manning said amounts to more than $100,000.
So take that, asshole! We hope your tears stain your pants.
And to the Chungs– we just popped open a bottle of Veuve and you’re welcome to come on over. Congratulasians!!!!!!
Read the original DISGRASIAN post here.
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