Defendant: Neon Sign “Specialist” in Pittsburgh, PA
Count 1: Negligent spelling.
Count 2: Grammatical malfeasance committed while advertising.
Count 3: Grammatical Irony in the First Degree.
Report: Officer Hince of the Pittsburgh Grammatical Militia witnessed the advertisement take place on a vehicle he was behind. Officer followed the vehicle, presumably carefully, while attempting to capture the offense on his BlackBerry mobile device. Despite the BlackBerry’s limited photographic capabilities, the crime is quite visible and the photographic evidence deemed admissible in court.
Fine: $477 and a dip in the Wading Pool of Shame.