In one of the weirdest lawsuits that I've seen in a while, a judge has ordered a Michigan couple to pay their son over $30,000 in damages for throwing away his pornography collection.

It's already messed up that this had to be taken to court to resolve this issue, but more importantly, what does a $30K porn collection look like? Is there some sort of collectible cards involved?  I'm so confused about this story right now.

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U.S. District Judge Paul Maloney's decision this week came eight months after David Werking, 43, won a lawsuit against his parents.

 

He said they had no right to throw out his collection of films, magazines and other items. Werking had lived at their Grand Haven home for 10 months after a divorce before moving to Muncie, Indiana.

 

The judge followed the value set by an expert, MLive.com reported. Werking's parents also must pay $14,500 to their son's attorney.

Source:NBC25.com

Damn! Now that's super messed up. Who knew that a porn collection could be so valuable? I guess with the introduction of online streams and digital magazines, old VHS tapes, DVDs and hard copy magazines could become more valuable over time.

I'm still lost on how you hide $30k worth of porn in your parent's house?  How many shoeboxes was that? How many magazines and how many old DVDs? These are the questions that are gonna keep me up at night. I guess I've got a ton of research to do tonight....for science.