Lawyer With Anime Profile Picture Banned From Court Because His Opinion Doesn’t Count
A lawyer has been banned from a court in Texas after it was discovered that he has an anime profile picture in all of his social media accounts.
John Miles, a 22-year old attorney. He was defending a man who was sued for identity theft and was about to win the case and prove his customer’s innocence, but the plaintiff’s attorney had an ace up his sleeve: he asked Miles directly whether or not he had an anime profile picture.
Miles refused to give a straight answer, but the other attorney insisted: “Yes or No, Mr. Miles. Do you have an anime profile picture?”.
“Yes, Mr. Cockburn, I do have an anime profile picture”, Miles replied.
“No further questions”, the plaintiff’s attorney said.
The judge immediately banned Miles from the court, because opinions of people with anime profile picture don’t matter. It doesn’t matter how right/wrong they are, they simply don’t matter.
Miles has an opportunity to make up for what he did. He has to remove all his profile pictures and wait 6 months so he can work as an attorney again.