Man Sues Bank Of America For $1.78 Trillion Billion Dollars

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!)
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