Our legal correspondent reports from Dublin: Frequent litigant, Pegeen NaSquarehole, is in court again. This time, the alleged offending party is skin specialist Dermot O’Logy.
NaSquarehole alleges that when O'Logy saw she had a reddened skin condition, he made a rash decision, and further, that when he discovered she was shedding dry skin, he called her “a flake”. Mr O’Logy submits that she insisted her case was unique, and although she only had an itch, they had to start from scratch.
“And,” continued Mr O’Logy, “I attribute the plaintiff’s burnt skin patches to over-using the prescriptions of that Southeast Asian quack, Soon-Rey Lammp."
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