Wednesday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
1) Question: The judge just said that I have "staggering chutzpah!" That is a good thing, right?
Answer: It could be, but not if it is accompanied by a $10,000 fine. (Law and Disorder, Sanctioned: P2P lawyer fined $10,000 for "staggering chutzpah")
2) Question: This is a strip club. I'm stripping. Why am I being arrested!?
Answer: It does sound unfair, but if police find you in your underwear and drunk in the strip club parking lot, they will probably arrest you -- particularly if you are not an employee of the strip club. (WESH.com, Woman Sheds Clothes, Panhandles As Stripper)
3) Question: My fiance and I ordered a nice bottle of wine at a restaurant to go with dinner. Why did the waiter bring us out a wrap of cocaine?
Answer: Are you in London? There are reportedly many restaurants there where ordering certain bottles of vintage wine that aren't advertised on the menu is a secret code for ordering cocaine from the bar staff. Don't worry, it will show up on your bill as a bottle of wine. (Business Insider, Finance Guy In London Explains How To Order Cocaine From A Restaurant)
Posted by Bruce Carton on September 14, 2011 at 10:00 AM | Permalink
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