of the Happy Shopping Mall have apologized after one of
their security officers was seen arresting a man using a
copyrighted WWE wrestling move, yesterday.
High Five To An Underarm Slam Dunk On His Face ©®
was seen by millions of viewers when the arrest was shown
on the television show "The World's Most Dangerous
Mall Security Officer Arrests".
Paddy Lithuenquo, who used the move, told this web site:
had no idea that the WWE had copyrighted this move. It's
such a shame, I use it all the while. Hey, wait a minute,
when did they copyright it? I have been using this move
lawyers who occasionally pop round to our office looking
for cases, told this web site:
Officer Lithuenquo can prove he invented the move that
the WWE now claim to have copyrighted, he has a very good
case to sue the tight fitting Lycra pants off the Wrestling
construction worker who told this web site that he regularly
uses a Spinning Backwards Flying Dismount Off The Top
Rope ©® from low level building works
'to save time climbing down the ladder', claimed that he
would fight the WWE in the courts were they to prevent him
from continuing to do so.
you use WWE copyrighted wrestling moves in your day-to-day
lives? If you do let us know, we will put the best ones
up on the site...
theVoiceofReason.com. I am gray haired aging librarian
from Middlesex in England. Imagine my surprise when I
had climbed up a ladder to put a library book back on
the top shelf and a person ran into the ladder making
me fall through the air and end on my rear in a heap!
I was even more shocked to hear, the next week, from the
lawyers from WWE claiming that I stole this move from
one of their ladder matches!"
Sirs. I had a heart attack because of sustained steroid
use at the age of 41 years of age. I certainly hope the
WWE haven't copyrighted that move."
regularly use trash cans in my job, but imagine my surprise
when I attempted to defend myself against a large vicious
dog with the very same silver trash can they use in wrestling
matches. I slammed the dustbin on the dog's head and,
thankfully, it ran away. I congratulated myself for my
quickthinkingness but only five days later I got a letter
from the lawyers of the WWE claiming I stole their slamming
a trash can down on the head move. Oh the humanity!"
wife loves nothing better than to trash talk me while
we are out food shopping. Imagine my surprise when a lawyer
from the WWE tapped her on the shoulder and demanded that
she stop doing that or she would be sued for copyright
infringement. It's a diabolical disgrace. Although I do
welcome the quiet."
is a screen shot from the end of a WWE DVD claiming copyright
over wrestling moves used in their shows. The screen shot
is genuine, we have underlined the words 'wrestling moves'
to emphasis it for this story...