Only in America
A New York City man is suing the makers of Halo Top diet ice cream, claiming their “false, deceptive, and misleading” labeling led him to buy a healthier pint of ice cream than he wanted. Josh Berger alleges that the words “light ice cream” are printed too small on Halo Top’s labels, thus fooling him into thinking he was buying ice cream with the usual 10 percent milk fat.
A Texas public school teacher was suspended after she told students about her “future wife.” During a “Know Your Teacher” presentation, art teacher Stacy Bailey showed students a photo of the woman she went on to marry. A parent complained that Bailey was promoting a “homosexual agenda,” and school officials disciplined the teacher for sharing “personal beliefs regarding political or sectarian issues.”