Monday, July 13, 2009

Saudi Family Suing a Genie for Harassment

The shariah court is taking this seriously.


A family in Saudi Arabia has taken a genie to court, alleging theft and harassment, according to local media.

The lawsuit filed in Shariah court accuses the genie of leaving them threatening voicemails, stealing their cell phones and hurling rocks at them when they leave their house at night, said Al-Watan newspaper.

An investigation was under way, local court officials said.

"We have to verify the truthfulness of this case despite the difficulty of doing so," Sheikh Amr Al Salmi, the head of the court, told Al-Watan. "What makes this case and complaint more interesting is that it wasn't filed by just one person. Every member of the family is part of this case."

But, then again, the Supreme Court of British Columbia declined to throw out a suit by a man who alleged that the RCMP was reading his mind.

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