Oh, dear, naked violinist sues for unlawful arrestmain
Matthew T. Mglej stripped naked outside a courthouse in Portland, Oregon, while playing a violin and posting stickers with sayings by that great humanitarian sage of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmedinajad. After due warning, the police took him away.
Mglej, 25, has now filed suit for $1.1 million, alleging unlawful arrest and detention, use of excessive force, malicious prosecution, First Amendment rights violation, cruel and unusual punishment, battery, assault and negligence. Diddums.
Anyone tried this at an orchestral audition?