Man sues parents for throwing away his €25,000 porn collection

Man sues parents for throwing away his €25,000 porn collection

Had he not heard of... y'know ... the internet?


Everybody watches porn. It is just a fact of life.


The sun rises.


Rain falls.


We all watch porn.


However, these days, the majority of us would use the vast, wide internet as our primary source of pornography, whereas a man in Indiana had amassed a $29,000 (around €25,000) collection of magazines and videos, and he is now suing his parents for throwing it out.


According to The Guardian, the 40-year-old man moved in with his parents following a divorce, and when he moved out again 10 months later, they delivered his belongings to his new address. Missing from this delivery, however, was the 12 boxes of pornography he had compiled.

His parents admitted that they had dumped the porno, which apparently included titles such as Frisky Business and Big Bad Grannys.

Would it not be Big Bad Grannies? Is there no respect for grammatical correctness in the world of porn anymore??


Anyways, the man filed a complaint with local police, who quickly dismissed it, but he is still suing his parents for around three times the amount that the porn was actually worth.


Does porn gain value over time, like a vintage car? Or does it go down in value the second you buy it, like a regular car? Discuss.


In among the lawsuit is an excerpt from an email from the man's dad, who said: "I did you a big favour by getting rid of all this stuff."


He's probably right. Now he has a chance to learn how to spell "grannies" properly for a start...