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In 1964, a San Francisco attorney represented a woman who claimed to have been injured by a cable car. The lawyer claimed that the accident was responsible for turning his client into a nymphomaniac and the lustful lady was awarded $50,000.
THAT SAME LAWYER, in 1974, managed to pull another promiscuous client out of his hat. This time the attorney sued a health club for $1 million as a result of- his client getting trapped in a sauna for 90 minutes.
Did the lawyer sue because of wrinkled skin or fear of small, wet places? Heck no!
This time the lawyer claimed that his client’s sauna experience compelled her to pick up twenty-four men in various barrooms.
(Editorial staff note: See you in two months. We’re On to the health dub now…)
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