He's lucky he didn't ruin his tires, or slip and break a leg - with the oil that must be all-over those parking-spaces............I would have taken a sledge hammer to that Japanese piece of crap! :-D
In other words: "We can't see where he's actually broken a LAW, but SOMEBODY MUST be responsible for this, so he's IT."Boca Sun Sentinal said:Ness County Attorney Craig Crosswhite said the mistreatment charge most closely fit the situation.
"I looked at the statutes and spoke to the attorney general's office," he said. "This was a very unusual set of circumstances, and this is the law that most closely applied to the situation."
But an infirm or physically-incapacitated person is not the issue here - this was a physically-capable person (before she sat long-enough to render herself otherwise) who refused to leave the commode for a LONG Damn Time. What was he to do? Assault and FORCE her out of the bathroom in her own house?I'm sure you can think of situations (say, you become paralyzed in an accident and need regular care) where you would want your spouse or SO to take reasonable care of you, instead of letting you starve and rot in bed.