By dumbasdogshit - Australia - Gold Coast
Today, I discovered that when a cyclist tears down the street, slaps you across the face as he passes, looks back laughing and flips you off, then crashes into a lamppost, he'll still blame you and threaten to sue, even after you rush over to check his injuries. FML
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  killdozer1  |  2

I don't know about australian court, but in america, you must have a court hearing to decide if there is a good enough case for it to go to trial. It probably would never make it past the lawyer that the cyclist probably can't afford.

  annie_nk  |  22

Wouldn't the lamp post be considered public property so trying to sue OP wouldn't do any good, right? Not that trying to sue the city would be any better...

  metalwolf  |  17

I would like to believe that the court has common sense and will throw out junk lawsuits but the words "McDonalds" and "coffee" always come to mind.

  jillybee101  |  7

If he can't afford a car, he can't afford a lawyer to take you to court with. Unless he's using the cycle to exercise and just decided to be a douchebag and bitch-slap you. Then Do the exact same to him; Run past him while he's on the ground, slap him, then run away while flipping him off. Do all o this with the most satanistic smile you can muster.

  whoaaahorsie  |  7

137 - I dont think it was a junk lawsuit, actually. she had severe burns on her thighs, bottom and groin because the coffee was supposively 30 degrees hotter than normal.

  lexa1love  |  16

@144 However, I don't think most people would get a hot coffee and drive with it in between their legs. Maybe if you have a thermos but a flimsy McDs cup? Even 30 degrees cooler would still burn your sensitive parts.

  TBelle4Ever  |  15

"Your Honor, I'm suing this man because after I rode by him on my bike, slapped him in the face, and flipped him off, I then ran into a streetlight. It is his fault that I crashed my bike into said pole!" is what his entire case would be.

  Haldami  |  2

The McDonald's lawsuit was about coffee that was too hot. It's not about some idiot who spilled coffee and sued because she didn't know it was supposed to be hot. Get your facts straight.

  sniperkit  |  10

What 195 said. The coffee was way hotter than it should have been, and while only dumbasses put the McD's cups that close to their lady parts, she still suffered third degree burns all over her thighs and had to pay tons in hospital bills. She still would have gotten burned if it wasn't super hot anyways but maybe they wouldn't have been so bad. Regardless, it was way too hot and that's bad on McDonald's.

  BlobfishUnite  |  14

It won't be funny at all. People like that will always win, because everyone else ARE FUCKING IDIOTS AND WILL BELIEVE EVERY SINGLE WORD OF HIS BULLSHIT. Not you guys. You are cool ?

  expertsmilee  |  26

I've often wondered, if when someone is a dick to you, and it's karma's way of getting you back, then is it ok to just go around being a dick to everyone as a conduit for karma?

  Link5794  |  18

And all the other episodes when he meets a new companion.

  onlychildFTW  |  33

Lawyer - "so you assaulted a guy, looked back, gave him the finger while laughing and then proceeded to crash into a lamp post"
Biker - "that's right. And it's his fault."
Lawyer - "I don't think I can represent an idiot like you."
Biker - "why not?!?!"
Lawyer - "I don't want to be laughed out of court!"