And if he is now cleared of making the 'monkey' comment, he could surely sue the pants off
Chelsea for damage to his reputation.
Montag could not be reached for comments, but Shannon, 20, said that if such a tape did exist, she is not convinced that Pratt has it, and that if it did become public she would sue the pants off
The story was perfect fodder for the annual Christmas Wars, during which peace-loving Christians festively sue the pants off
of anyone suspected of religious bias; and 3.
Tell 76-year-old Des O'Connor he's too old to raise his new baby and he'll sue the pants off
With this in mind, I hope that when Michael Shields is released and vindicated, he will sue the pants off
our government for their woeful inaction in getting him released.
You just know she'd sue the pants off
you for unfair dismissal.
A JUDGE who tried to sue the pants off
a dry cleaners yesterday lost his claim for EUR40million in damages.
If, for example, you say that Horse A drifted alarmingly in the market, was slowly away and was never put in the race by Jockey B, who had earlier been seen talking to some extremely shady-looking characters who passed him a bulging brown envelope, then Jockey B, and very probably the shady characters themselves, can sue the pants off
you and your paper for your clear implication that they had been doing something dishonest.
It's rumoured he's set to sue the pants off
the Glasgow-based company.
Unfortunately, in our lawsuit-happy society, irregardless of who is really to blame, the knee-jerk reaction to personal injury is to hire a lawyer and sue the pants off
everyone in sight.
This means the Martians won't bother invading, they'll just sue the pants off
us for giving them MRSA
The trend is set to have the same effect on the TV industry as Napster had on the recording industry - scare the life out of them and make them sue the pants off
whoever's behind the distribution systems.
You know the sort: "Have you recently had an accident that wasn't your fault - let's try and sue the pants off