A 36-year-old gentleman from New York has had a deep fear of the Tasmanian Devil cartoon his entire life. So after his father-in-law, Yunes Doleh, teased him by waving a Taz-like toupee and snarling at him at a funeral, the frightened fellow had Doleh arrested.
According to the AP:
The Staten Island man [Mazen Dayem] says he’s had a fear of the Tasmanian Devil his entire life. Dayem claims his father-in-law has taken advantage of his phobia since 2013. Dayem filed a restraining order in September following an altercation with Doleh at a restaurant.
An attorney for Doleh labeled the case a “family dispute.”
Doleh faces charges of criminal contempt and aggravated harassment.
Sounds like a bad case of kyrofelonoshophobia – phobia of cartoon characters – to me.
If you’re shopping for a camping lantern, you’re looking for reliability, period. So it’s nice to find something like the Revogi Convertible LED Lantern that jumps over that low bar and actually offers some versatility. Made of simple materials, the Revogi is high-tech in a refreshingly minimalist, eight-ounce package. Yes, it’ll light up the campsite […]
No matter what your business, Microsoft’s slate of Office software is as essential as desks and chairs – so much so that most workers are expected to know their way around it before they even get in the door. Whether you need an introduction, a brush-up or a level-up to your knowledge of these tools, […]
Speed reading isn’t just an innate skill possessed by a lucky few. Anyone can learn to speed read, and the benefits are endless. The brain can process more information than most people have time to soak up, but you can make that time now with the 2018 Award-Winning Speed Reading Bundle. The first half of […]