Clearly he forgot to include
Claiming that the shop's "satisfaction guaranteed" sign misled customers who, like him, were dissatisfied with their experience, Pearson sought $1,500 for every day that Custom Cleaners displayed the sign over a four-year period, multiplied by the three members of the Chung family, who owned the business.
He also sought $15,000 to rent a car to take his clothes to another cleaner for 10 years.
- Medical bills for anxiety medication as a consequence of the misplaced pants
- $564,000 to buy a house closer to the new cleaners
- $35,000 to renovate the kitchen in the new house
- $50 for a new DVD player, so he can watch movies, because he can't work, because he has no pants