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Contest Winners

Congratulations to Jeff from New York City the winner of CLAIMCRAZY’s February 2012 claim story contest.

Jeff will receive a $100.00 gift card from Amazon.com.  Jeff’s crazy story was:

Destroyed Pizza Place

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Hard Hat?????

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+12 (12 votes)

My Sister worked for an Ins company when she graduated High school She was really nervous on her first call. It was a man who had an accident at work on a construction site. She was going through the check list of questions and came to the one where she SHOULD have said, did you have a hard hat on? However in her nervous voice she asked ” did you have a hard on?”, needless to say the guy about died laughing and didnt see what that had to do with his accident. Too funny, she was so embarassed!!!

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Bummed Out

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+11 (11 votes)

A woman was the victim of a cruel prank at a large box store. She had innocently plopped her bum on a toilet seat and became glued to it. Yes, some horrid person had slathered glue on the seat. Rescue crews were called in to pry her bum and its sensitive skin off the commode. She will surely make a claim or file a lawsuit—perhaps alleging negligent bathroom security? The question is: did she assume the risk because she didn’t use a toilet seat cover?

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Flying brown things

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+11 (11 votes)

We insured a small town in central Illinois. As with many small cities, they had a handy may who believed that he could fix any thing with duct tape. A resident complained that the sewer line for her toilet stool was plugged. The handyman decided to clear the sewer line by attaching a fire hose between the plugged sewer line and a nearby fire hydrant. The high pressurized water struck the obstruction in the sewer line, reversed course, and entered the homeowners sewer line which serviced the toilet. The powerful water pressure turned the toilet into a high pressure water fountain which pushed large amounts of raw sewage into the bath room. The startled homeowner described the seen as a fountain of water with large brown things that flew as high as the ceiling. The traumatized homeowner would not return to her contaminated home even after a though cleaning and repainting of the bath room. I solved the contamination problem when I purchased several sulphur candles which she believed would decontaminate her house. The smell from the sulphur candles made her forget the “flying brown things”.

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