It never feels good to be stood up on a date, because nothing is more costly than your TIME. (Well, aside from GAS . . . and printer ink.)
A woman in Michigan named QaShontae Short was stood up a while back . . . and she didn’t just complain about it on social media. She SUED the guy. And get this: She’s asking for $10,000 in damages.
She claims she suffered “emotional distress” because he didn’t show . . . and it was her mother’s birthday, and her mom had just died. She’s also claiming he “committed perjury,” because he lied about his intentions. Or something.
Anyway, there’s footage online of a virtual court hearing between QaShontae . . . the guy she thought she was going on a date with . . . and a judge, who’s VERY frustrated that the case is being argued in front of him.