Dalton Chiscolm has sued Bank of America and its board, and wants “1,784 billion, trillion dollars” in return for being subjected to what the judge describes as “inconsistent information from a ‘Spanish womn’ [sic]” as well as allegedly misrouted checks. In addition, Chiscolm wants another $200,164,000 in damages. We’re not sure why that amount is separate, but who knows how a mind like Chiscolm’s works?
Reuters notes that the amount he’s seeking is larger than the world’s 2008 gross domestic product, which is only $60 trillion, which might be partly why the judge has given Chiscolm until October 23 to explain his claims.
“Man sues BofA for ’1,784 billion, trillion dollars’” [Reuters] (Thanks to Trung!)