Video: Chamber of Commerce announces ‘most ridiculous lawsuits of 2013’

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has identified the 10 most ridiculous lawsuits of the past year, and there are some doozies, including inmates suing beer companies for their life of crime.

The chamber’s Domenic Romano appeared on Fox News’ “Your World” Thursday to detail the most outrageous lawsuits in his interview with Eric Bolling, who was filling in for host Neil Cavuto.

The full list, according to Business Insider, is:

10. A Tennessee man sued Apple for his porn addiction.

9. An injured robber sued an Arizona shop owner.

8. A grad student who received free tuition sued her Pennsylvania school over a grade.

7. A customer sued a Bob Evan’s over a hostess’ rude comment.

6. A grown man in New York sued his parents for their “indifference” to his problems.

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Foot-Long a little short?
5. Two New Jersey men sued Subway because their “footlong” sandwiches fell short.

4. A West Virginia woman sued over “severe and permanent injuries” despite completing a half-marathon.

3. A New Jersey school kicked a student off the track team for excessive absences, and his dad sued the county for $40 million.

2. An Ohio teacher claimed fear of children in a suit against her district.

1. Idaho inmates’ blamed a life of crime on alcohol companies.

Not surprisingly, most such lawsuits are filed without an attorney.


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