Remember The Guy Who Sued His Parents For Destroying His $29,000 Porn Collection… He WON

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Talk about an underdog story…

If you remember back to last spring, we shared a story about an Indiana man that fell on some hard times. Recently divorced, 42-year-old David Werking was forced to move back in with his parents in Michigan, and was doing a series of chores around the house to pay the rent.

David eventually got back on his feet and moved out, but when his parents shipped his belongings back to him, one big ticket item was missing… his $29,000 porn collection. Yup, his $29,000 collection (12 moving boxes worth) of classic adult entertainment films such as  “Frisky Business” and “Big Bad Grannys” had been destroyed.

David sued… and now…. he WON.

According to MLive, a Kalamazoo judge granted the son’s request for summary judgement this week and the parents will now be ordered to pay him damages for the destroyed items. The suit originally requested $86,000 in damages, but the final amount has yet to be determined.

“We have asked the Court for treble damages, which we believe are warranted given the wanton destruction of the property,” said his attorney. “This was a collection of often irreplaceable items and property.”

Comeback plater of the year, right?

Granted, somebody should probably tell David that you can get that stuff for free on the internet. No moving boxes, no dusting off the VHS player, none of that stuff. But hey, some people are into old records, some people are into vintage cars, and some people are into old porn… different strokes, eh?

Although, after this legal debacle where he hung an L on his folks to the tune of $90 grand… I think it’s safe to say that David won’t be home for Christmas this year…

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