Monday, October 8, 2007

Fashion Crime Ruled in Order

Canadian paralegal Harry Kyopto has a unique sense of style, and he was vindicated when Justice of the Peace Gabriel Sunit John was sent a letter of advice saying he shouldn't have adjourned court proceedings because of the paralegal's multi-coloured open-neck shirt and textured burnt-orange jacket.

However, Kyopto feels that this is not enough and is suing John in small claims court for $1, insisting that he was also assaulted by an officer as he was removed from court for his colorful attire.

Maybe next time Kyopto goes to court, he'll stick to a basic black blazer.

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