judgeA pissed off tía is no laughing matter. A New York woman recently sued her 12-year-old nephew for causing her bodily harm during a party. The case is one of the most bizarre ever--especially since she's demanding $127,000 in damages from the little boy. With an aunt like that, who needs enemies? Check out the details of this case, then scroll through 10 other ridiculous lawsuits.

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Birthday bash

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A New York woman named Jennifer Connell recently decided to sue her 12-year-old nephew for being too excited over his 8th birthday. Her lawsuit for $127,000 claims that the boy was way too excited over his party and jumped on her when he greeted her, which caused her to break her wrist. 

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Hot coffee

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A case in 1992 made McDonald's history and not in a good way. A woman from New Mexico sued after receiving serious burns after her coffee spilled on her legs and groan while driving. She was awarded $2.9 million for her injuries. 

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Breastfeeding

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In 2014, a new law passed in the United Arab Emirates allows men to sue their wives if they refuse to breastfeed. Now that's drama.

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Wife's plastic surgery

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In 2012, a Chinese man named Jian Feng divorced and sued his wife after uncovering her outer beauty was all due to plastic surgery. "Our daughter was incredibly ugly, to the point where it horrified me," he reportedly told his lawyers. The court awarded him $12,000 after she confessed to getting the work done. Crazy! 

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Mayonnaise

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Who knew mayonnaise could cause so much conflict? In 2014, the owner of Unilever, who makes Hellman's mayonnaise, sued a competitior's brand for using the word "mayo" in their packaging. The company felt like they couldn't use the word since the product contained no eggs. 

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Dry cleaners

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In 2007, a man from Washington, D.C. sued his local dry cleaners for $54 million for failing to return the pants he dropped off to get serviced. He argued that they breached the "satisfaction guaranteed" policy on their fine print. The judge ruled in favor of the dry cleaners. 

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Bathroom gender signs

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In 1995, a man sued the Jack Murphy Stadium and the city of San Diego for $5.4 million for having unisex bathrooms. He got upset after seeing a woman use a urinal in the bathroom. Needless to say, he lost his case. 

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Google

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A California woman sued Google Maps $100,000 for giving her "unreasonable and unsafe" directions to reach her destination. Google reportedly never received a copy of the lawsuit and the case went nowhere. 

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Homeless

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In 2013, a homeless Brooklyn man sued his parents for $200,000 for abandoning and neglecting him. The convicted felon was trying to make a big break in the music industry, but he didn't get awarded the cash from his parents to get started. 

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Chili

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A Latina woman sued Wendy's in 2005 after claiming that she found a finger in her chili. In actuality, she planted her husband's severed finger, which he lost while on the job. The food chain claimed it suffered $21 million loss in revenue and the woman served four years in prison for the greedy and distasteful hoax. 

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Beer company

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In 1991, a man sued a well-known beer company for false advertising. He was expecting the cold drink to bring him bikini clad models, but instead he got ... nada. Perhaps he was drunk when he filed the lawsuit!