Sounds like a hairpiece can be stressful, in more ways than just worrying about it falling off. Here’s an interesting case of man that felt he was wronged by a wig maker, and it ended up causing him much more emotional and physical distress than a wig is worth.
Milford man counter-sues in hairpiece lawsuit
A city man claims in a lawsuit seeking more than $15,000 in damages that he suffered a heart attack after refusing to pay for a hairpiece that was not only the wrong size but also the wrong color.
Paul Lewis filed the counter suit in Superior Court after Paula’s Wig Boutique in Orange filed a small claims action seeking $1,200 in payment for the hairpiece.
Lewis says in the lawsuit that he suffered a heart attack in December 2004 after Paula Wood, the owner of the Boston Post Road wig shop, threatened to call police because he refused to pay, court records state.
You can read the rest of the article at Connecticut Post Online.