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Man's Tasmanian Devil Phobia Leads To Father-In-Law's Arrest

A lawsuit has taken a bizarre turn after Yunes Doleh, a supermarket mogul and father-in-law to Mazen Dayem, was accused of violating a Court Order when he approached and attacked his entrepreneurial son-in-law. However, the serious discussion quickly turned silly when Mr. Dayem began telling the Court about how Mr. Doleh used his wig – which allegedly resembles the Tasmanian Devil character from Looney Tunes – to torment him.

The bizarre remarks were delivered after Mr. Doleh’s attorney attempted to have the lawsuit – filed after the father-in-law violated a restraining order against his son-in-law – dismissed. Mr. Dayem requested the restraining order after his father-in-law became violent and assaulted the young man, leaving him with a bruised body and fractured skull.

The lawsuit, which has since been obtained by Everything-PR, reveals that the first assault occurred when Mr. Doleh approached his son-in-law to resolve a disagreement involving family finances.

“The matter, however, descended into a verbal argument...Again, to keep the peace, Mr. Dayem decided to leave the premises and get into his car. At which point, the Plaintiff pursued Mr. Dayem, who quickly closed the door to protect himself from bodily injury."

"Undeterred, the Plaintiff kicked out violently at Mr. Dayem’s car causing damage, proceeded to stand in from of the car, shout appalling threats at Mr. Dayem, making him fear for the safety of himself and his family and block Mr. Dayem’s egress.”

After the restraining order was filed, Mr. Doleh stayed away from his son-in-law for several days before violating the Court Order by approaching Mr. Dayem at a funeral.

“On November 5, 2017, however, Plaintiff broke the terms of the Court Order in the most inappropriate circumstances. Mr. Dayem visited Beit Al Maqdis, a local community center, to give condolences to family friends on the solemn occasion of the death of a loved one."

"In an environment where Mr. Dayem should have felt safe, Plaintiff later arrived. Rather than abiding by the terms of the Court Order and leaving, Plaintiff stayed."

"Though Plaintiff’s presence in of itself was violative, Plaintiff decided to double down and reignite his campaign of wanton harassment against Mr. Dayem. Plaintiff stood in the direct line of sight of Mr. Dayem and proceeded to grimace, snarl, gurn and gesticulate, which was made all the more menacing by the forward rake of Plaintiff’s toupee. This caused Mr. Dayem considerable harassment, alarm and distress, especially given the somber nature of the occasion at which such outlandish behavior was unbecoming.”

In an interview with the Daily Mail, Mr. Dayem attempted to explain why Mr. Doleh’s toupee causes him so much distress.

“It's just a very large fear of mine, his damn wig... him and his hair reminds me of the Tasmanian Devil hair…I truly and genuinely have a large fear of wigs now, (and) it's a genuine fear. I have nightmares.”

Despite the strange accusations, Mr. Doleh’s attorney, Matthew Santamuro, is confident that his client will be found innocent, saying: “I believe at the end of the day, the criminal cases will be dismissed and my client [will be shown to have done] nothing wrong.”

Source: Daily Mail
Photo: Gregory P. Mango, Warner Bros, My Life

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