What a punk, lol.
Chris Sevier, 36, filed a 50-page complaint in federal court last month claiming the supposedly innocent spelling mistake resulted in him viewing a plethora of pornographic images that 'appealed to his biological sensibilities as a male and lead to an unwanted addiction,' which then 'poisoned his life' and ruined his marriage.
Sevier, an army veteran who on a Model Mayhem profile lists his age as 26, states in the suit that Apple should sell all products with an installed porn-filter. He is seeking damages from the company.
'The Plaintiff is a victim of Apple's product that was sold to him without any warning of the damage the pornography causes,' the suit reads.
'In using safari, the Plaintiff accidentally misspelled "facebook.com" which lead him to "f***book.com" and a host of web sites that caused him to see pornographic images that appealed to his biological sensibilities as a male and lead to an unwanted addiction with adverse consequences.'
He added: 'But for the Plaintiff's use of the Apple product, the quality of the Plaintiff's life would have been much better and injury would have been avoided.'
Servier goes on in the complaint to allege 'unfair competition' between the porn stars and his wife, brought about by his use of the Apple product, and thus 'interference of the marital contract.'
Unfair competition. Those bastards!
What a punk, lol.
Think his wife is buyin it?
This sort of thing with kids screaming in the background.
This guy's pulling a fast one, which is different than pulling one.... fast.
These kinds of things happen because of poorly designed products like Apple Maps and Safari. He should get $100M in the lawsuit.
That's one doozy of a typo. God Damn sausage fingers.
What a waste of taxpayer money and the court's time. I hope this guy gets raped.
Story of my life.
not even close, what a loser all around
The end of the article is interesting:
WLF??The complaint was filed the same month Servier was charged with aggravated stalking for incessantly emailing country music star John Rich.
According to The Tennessean, one of the emails included a picture of a scantily clad Sevier draped in an American flag and covered in a substance 'believed to be representing blood.'
used same excuse with IT guy at work.
and he laughed, laughed, laughed.
I think they need to have gavel to gavel coverage of these proceedings on HLN