If you think you’ve seen bizarre lawsuits before, check this one out. Pennsylvania resident Dylan Stephen Jayne is suing Google for crimes against humanity and is asking the court for $5 billion in damages. The charge: his social security number, when turned upside down and scrambled spells Google.
A copy of the complaint is below. And even though it is handwritten, it’s a real lawsuit. The original can be found at Justia here.
http://static.scribd.com/FlashPaperS3.swf?guid=4uayzae6cs5gs&document_id=305601Dylan lodged eight filings with the court, including an accusation that the Philadelphia 76ers play a key role in the code to unscramble his social security number to spell Google.
I don’t think Google will have a lot to worry about with this case, but it does make you wonder why mental health services aren’t more readily available in the United States.
(via El Reg)