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Buffalo Bills Fan Suing Team over Too Many Texts

by Phillip Jackson | Posted on Monday, November 12th, 2012
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America doesn’t like too many text messages and we won’t stand for it if we get too many.

Sounds stupid right?

Almost as stupid as Jerry Wojcik, a Buffalo Bills fan living in Tampa, sounds for attempting to sue the Bills over too many text messages.

Wojcik moved to Tampa in 2001 and wanted a way to stay up to date with his Buffalo Bills. He signed up to receive text messages directly from the Bills, a program that promises no more than 5 text alerts a week. Apparently though, the Bills didn’t understand that 5 and only 5 texts were acceptable.

According to buffalonews.com, Wojcik received 6 messages one week and a staggering 7 in another week.

While this case is obviously laughable, it seems fitting that the Bills would have to be the ones to deal with it.

As if their on-field product over the years hasn’t been bad enough, they can’t even count on fans to be loyal.

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