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Divorcing couple must build a wall to split their home, and more

A New York judge has ordered a divorcing couple to build a wall dividing their home in half.

Divorcing couple must build a wall to split their homeA New York judge has ordered a divorcing couple to build a wall dividing their home in half. Judge Eric Prus has given Pinchs and Nechama Gold two weeks to decide on the wall’s precise location. Abe Konstam, Mr. Gold’s attorney, said that the unusual order made perfect sense. “They’ve been living like there was a wall up for two years now,” said Konstam.

Woman sues Phillie mascot for aggravating her arthritisA Pennsylvania woman is suing the Phillie Phanatic, claiming the baseball mascot aggravated her arthritis when he sat on her lap, requiring both knees to be replaced. The lawyer for Grace Cass, 75, conceded it might be difficult to take testimony from the Phanatic: “I’m expecting him to come to a deposition, stick his stomach and his tongue out at me and not say anything.”

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