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Landlord Tries To Backtrack On Deal, Doesn't Return Deposit, Karma Comes To Collect

Some of the world's landlords vastly underestimate the lengths to which tenants will go to to ensure that their rights are being upheld. In this case, the landlords' shady behavior ended up costing them $13K. Oh boy, the regret must've been painful for them. For some more juicy landlord drama check out the time that a former landlord told lies to keep a security deposit, and then ended up being reported to the IRS for tax fraud

Landlord attempts to backtrack on a deal, doesn't return security deposit, and then karma comes around to collect.
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It's a crazy story like the one we have from comedian, Dane Cook, here that can really put into perspective how lucky some folks are to have family members that aren't complete heartless animals. Dane Cook's brother sounds like a real animal. It also seems like Dane Cook would've done everything he could have to not have sent his brother to prison, but was left with no other choice. Pretty heartbreaking stuff. 

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Tenant Rents Fake Apartment, Accidentally Takes Pro Revenge

I mean, in all fairness an accidental professional revenge is better than no revenge at all. It seems as if the world's unfortunately never going to run out of shady landlords trying to pull fast ones on unsuspecting tenants. So, I guess it falls on us to read up on those tenant rights, and then clap right on back with pro revenges when the opportunities present themselves. For some more landlord drama check out this tenant who staged a coup d'état on a terrible landlord

Dude accidentally takes pro revenge on a shady landlord.
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Man Requests Day Off For Concert, Boss Fires Him, Man Takes Boss To Court

Oh boy, this sounds like a nasty Karen of a boss indeed. This guy put in a very reasonable request for a day off to attend a Slayer concert, and the request proceeded to set off a chain reaction of highly unanticipated toxicity. Fortunately, the guy was able to pull off a satisfying victory in small claims court. 

Man's boss fires him after he requests day off for concert, so he takes his boss to court | r/ProRevenge u/Vicodingh 1d Join 1 sued my boss because he fired wanting attend concert. Good afternoon everybody stumbled on this post! First up, some backstory, During my gap year between studies decided work Company N. Company N run by husband
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Employee Quits Job To Avoid Toxic Manager, Coworkers Intervene

There are far too many terrible, toxic, straight up maniacal managers out there. It's a daunting wonder how some of these people end up in the positions of power that they do. Some of them end up being flat out incompetent managers who practically engineer the ultimate demise of otherwise functional business operations, and other folks like the manager we have in this story, just sound like unpleasant people to be around. 

An attorney wrangler quits a job to avoid a toxic manager, and then their coworkers reorganize the chain of command.
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Owner Shorts Brewer's Hard-Earned Wages, Brewer Takes Revenge

This brewery owner is a prime example of one of those people who never should've been able to run his own business in the first place. The guy clearly had some gnarly knowledge gaps when it came to knowing the kind of stuff a brewery owner should, to run a successful business. I mean, the guy threw an Anniversary event and failed to advertise that the brewery made their own beers. That's some next level cluelessness. On top of being an oblivious owner, he participated in wage theft. Fortunately, our heroic brewer of the hour was ready to take his technical revenge. Don't screw over the guy who knows how to brew your company's beer. 

Boss tries to short brewer's wages, so brewer takes a masterful revenge | r/ProRevenge Join u/PissedBrewer 13h 1 destroyed brewery Nearly 20 years ago brewer at brewpub owner complete lunatic and an utter -hole. Before hired, he had already purchased brewery equipment, used closed microbrewery. Problem is literally 4 times larger than needed be size place, and top off he selling Big 3 beers too. And Pugsley system (brewers will know But made work, even got stupid Ringwald yeast behave. But only
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The Aussies are full of surprises. It sounds like this guy responded to quite the intense, sketchy turn of events in the kind of way that has people singing his praises. Some folks freeze and others act. 

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This truck driver had clearly patiently waited and trained his whole life for this glorious moment. Sit back and watch the spectacle that is a trucker driver and cop successfully using transmissions to end a car chase. Pretty impressive stuff right here. 

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Talk about the work of a criminally dumb criminal. This fool attempted to steal someone's package (package thieves suck), and then proceeded to get his car stuck in the snow. Kind of comical on the one hand, but also still infuriating because porch pirates are the absolute worst. For more juicy package thief content, check out this video of porch pirates getting blindsided by a glitter bomb

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Man, talk about having to live down your worst waking nightmare while on the job out delivering packages. Hopefully, they were able to apprehend that runaway criminal and get the truck back without everything being completely messed up. Kudos to the dude for running after the truck though. That's some heart. 

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Tumblr Thread On Ridiculous Overheards During Court Proceedings

Court reporters hear all kinds of absolutely crazy stuff. It's a wonder that they're able to keep a straight face while doing their job. People have a tendency to say some extremely strange and rude stuff when they're in court. 

A Tumblr thread on how surprising it is that court reporters are able to keep a straight face | Do Court Reporters Keep Straight Faces? These are book called Disorder Courts and are things people actually said court, word word, taken down and published by court reporters had torment staying calm while exchanges were taking place. ATTORNEY first thing husband said morning? WITNESS: He said Where am Cathy ATTORNEY: And why did upset WITNESS: My name is Susan! ATTORNEY gear were at moment impact?
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Drivers' Silliest Excuses To Get Out Of Speeding Tickets

It can happen to the very best of us. Sometimes, one can get caught up in such a maddening rush to get to their meeting, appointment, dinner reservation, etc. that they end up completely disregarding the speed limit. This disregard for the speed limit can result in acts of pure reckless driving, or maybe you're someone who ended up going just a few mph over the speed limit. Then from there, getting caught by a cop waiting to dish out speeding tickets can really just end up being a game of luck. These people tried to pass off some unforgettably silly excuses when they got busted. 

A collection of the silliest excuses people used on police officers giving out speeding tickets. | Billbapawpaw 4h My brother is cop. He said one guy told him saw wife cheating on nanny cam and l'm trying get home confront them during act" He gave him an escort.
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Disrespectful Lazy Coworker Crosses Line, Gets Canned

This tale of revenge will strike a chord for anyone who has ever had to muddle through a tough job alongside a careless, inconsiderate, and awfully lazy coworker. Basically, this "Aleck" dude thought he was invincible, and screwed around on the job, while he was actively stealing. It's just good they caught him eventually. Check out another recent tale of pro revenge with this aggressive ex girlfriend who stole from her boyfriend's bank account.

A disrespectful and lazy coworker crosses the line and ends up getting canned | r/ProRevenge Join u/TinyCatCrafts 2h 1 disrespectful, lazy coworker finally crossed big enough line and got him fired with single offhand comment. So set this up worked Grocery Store about 6.5 years this coworker is hired worked on front end registers entire time, with couple shifts each week working sign/ price tag team. Basically been there forever and *generally* tend be someone some newer people go with questions
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Scams That Many People Overlook

Someone on AskReddit got a thread going about various scams that people don't realize are scams. These might be helpful to have in the back pocket so that you don't fall prey to any of those sneaky scams. 

Scams that many people don't realize are scams | peezoki 2d 1 Award Verizon $1 scam. Verizon tacked on 1 fee onto 8 their customer's bills each month so over course year, they did every customer, about 150,000,000. Their rationale 50% wouldn't notice and just pay charge or would notice and wouldn't spend anytime fighting 1 charge. 50% would notice charge and call have removed those, 35% would get frustrated while on call and give up. This added approximately $120,000,000 bottom line each year (3
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Nobody wants to unintentionally incriminate themselves. This attorney decided to break down what to do at DWI checkpoints so that you don't put yourself in a tough predicament.