Tuesday, 23 August 2011

How does that even happen?!

I just recieved a letter saying I'm being sued by the national railway company for getting cought without a train ticket in a town I've never heard of (or even visited, for that matter); Denny Crane mode: on!


45 comments:

  1. It seems that someone without documents used your name. :P

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  2. I've just realised that my older brother looks like William Shatner. Not the younger model, though.

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  3. Congratulations, you just lost an unreasonable amount of your time for no potential gain!

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  4. Lol, this probably happens to some poor sap that i know the name and social security number off, all the time. Because I always tend to have "lost" my id when i get caugh. And when they as for my name, well...

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  5. Our world is silly when people who get caught commiting a crime can lie about there identity and get away with it!
    Obviously its someone using your identity, but it'll be hard to prove!
    Good luck!

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  6. perhaps you are a victim of identity theft, this kind of crimme is more and more prevalent today.

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  7. sh#$#t happens bro and i agree with @Linux and Life

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  8. I miss Denny Crane. He did have some great one-liners. Weird about the ticket.

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  9. That's weird. What are you going to do about it ?

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  10. lol wut? no ticket? This at the last crusade

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  11. you just got slammed like a pog, i'm afraid

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  12. Go and do it, they are suing you anyways...

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  13. Ummmm....what?? That sounds crazy, but I'm sure you will be fine if you're channeling Danny Crane!

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  14. Woah... what? Time to lawyer up.

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  15. lol I saw the picture first and started to read and I was thinking "what? Shatner is suing him?" I hope it all works out.

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  16. Sounds like you'll manage to deal with it easily.

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  17. There is only one sensible solution... sue them back!

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  18. hahaha wtf, never heard something like that before. I thought the worst thing could happen was being fined.

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  19. that happend to me before. in the end another person took a train without a ticket, got caught and said a random name which came out to be mine

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  20. wow. i've received odd credit card bills. turns out my name is pretty common.

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  21. there is only one option: Counter sue!

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  22. I don't know whether I'd find it funny or annoying if it happened to me.

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  23. How did you... I don't even... lol

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  24. just ring em up and yell at them. :)

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  25. BTW...I made you blog of the day.

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  26. oh woops :P
    loved boston legal btw

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  27. What the hell? That's insane!

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  28. Sounds like somebody used your SS # or Driver's License # when they got caught red handed. When I worked as a cashier, I always met with people who would come up with 500 gift cards and give me a credit card. When it doesn't work, I ask for ID and then they say, "I left it in the car." And they never came back... I think the reverse happened to you D:

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  29. @all: Yeah. I still don't know how that happened. I've written an appeal and am very prod of it. Denny would be, too. :D

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  30. Wow, that sucks. Probably someone who named your name or something.

    + follow

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  31. You sure it's legit? I highly doubt it, just about everyone I know has used the old hide in the toilets trick and as far as I know they've all got away with it.

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  32. @w: Probably. :S
    @c: No, dude, it's for real. But I'm pretty sure that they're not gonna be able to win this one in the end.

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  33. Damn! Sue them back! They can't do this to you, you have all the proofs in your favor

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  34. Yup, I do. I'm sure this is all gonna be good. :)

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