Pimp, Sirgiorgiro Clardy, is serving a 100-year sentence for second-degree assault for - amongst other crimes - stomping on a man's head who didn't pay one of his prostitutes.
Now, in one of the most illogical reasonings ever to grace the world of law, he is suing Nike for $100 million (£60 million)
because they don't supply a warning with their Air Jordans outlining they can be used as a deadly weapon.
In the complaint, Clardy writes: "Under product liability there is a certain standard of care that is required to be upheld by potentially dangerous product ..."
"Do (sic) to the fact that these defendants named in this Tort claim failed to warn of risk or to provide an adequate warning or instruction it has caused personal injury in the likes of mental suffering."
Obviously not on a par with the suffering of Clardy's victim who required plastic surgery on his nose after his face was smashed to a pulp.
This is America we're talking about where you can sue McDonalds if you're clumsy enough to spill a hot drink on yourself.