April 17, 2019
Greetings fellow Bizarros:
Genesis 2:24 says that "a man shall leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave to his wife so they become one flesh." But in the modern world there can be some obstacles to this divine plan, and in the case of this Michigan man that obstacle was a mountain of classic porn. That is probably why he ended up divorced and living with his parents. But his parents didn't appreciate his porn library either, so they destroyed it when he was away from home. And that's not even the bizarre part.
The unidentified plaintiff (this is a civil case without any associated criminal charges) is suing his parents for a total of $86,822 in damages after they destroyed his massive pornography collection.
The man moved into his parents' home in Grand Haven for 10 months after going through a divorce from his wife. Among his possessions were 12 moving boxes full of movies. But it he must have kept it well concealed because his parents didn't find it until he finally moved to Indiana.
When his parents allegedly traveled to his new place to drop off the possessions he had left at their home, missing was the massive pornography collection. His parents told him that they destroyed the entire collection.
The plaintiff filed a police report estimating the value of his collection to be $28,940, claiming many of the movies that were destroyed were valuable out-of-print films, writing, "Not Just Out of Print. But the entire studio making it dissolved, and that was 20 years ago."
His father claimed he destroyed the porn was for the mental and emotional heath of his son, pointing out that the boy had gotten kicked out of high school for selling porn to other students.
The prosecutor's office declined filing any criminal charges.
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