A chap sued the author of a book that said he had killed somebody. He said the book defamed his good character. He was in jail for murder at the time. He also claimed that the book would make it hard for him to get a job; he was on death row. He lost.
A student developed the habit of hanging out of his 4th floor flat window exposing his backside to passers by. One day he fell out. He sued the college, saying it was their responsibility to warn him of the dangers of the practice.
A woman golfer hit a shot that bounced back and hit her on the nose. She sued the golf course, arguing that it should have warned her of the risk of bouncing balls.
A surfer sued another surfer for stealing "his wave". He claimed compensation for the pain and suffering he endured by having to watch somebody else riding it.
A man sued his employer for breach of his civil liberties because the ice-cream he bought in the canteen melted before he could eat it.
A man sued because his peanut butter was chunkier than it should have been.
A man sued his wife for divorce for putting the wrong colour sauce on his egg sandwich.
A prison inmate sued himself, alleging that he had broken his own civil liberties by getting himself arrested. He then alleged the government should pay because inmates were a government responsibility.
A man sued his son's baseball team for telling him (the father) not to smoke near the team bench. He said this had caused his son emotional distress.
A man attempted to commit suicide by jumping in front of a subway train, but survived. He then sued the train company because he was injured when the train hit him.
Somebody who wanted compensation after having beeen run over by a bus, sued a certain 'Dennis Trident'. The defence filed in court then said that there was no such person as 'Dennis Trident', 'Dennis Trident' was the make and model of the bus.
In America a man got up at 5.30am and strolled into his own kitchen naked to make a cup of coffee. He was arrested when a passerby complained that he had indecently exposed himself. The passerby was a woman on stilts carrying binoculars who was so horrified that she had to go back again just to check precisely how awful it really was (important note: that last bit might have been exaggerated). The chap concerned was a bit cheesed off, he doesn't even like coffee.