This must be among the new wonders of the world. Brazilian media has reported the case of a woman who paid an assassin to murder her but has now sued the killer for failing to deliver as agreed.
The woman whose name was withheld was reported to be suffering from chronic anxiety-depressive disorder.
According to reports, the Brazilian woman had already equally tried but failed to kill herself several times, before engaging the services of the killer. Now she has sued the killer for ‘breaching consumer rights’. The woman told a court in Taguatinga, near Brazil’s capital Brasilia, that the hired killer had breached her ‘consumer rights’ and therefore, she was demanding for her money back.
As was revealed by court papers, the woman paid the killer some money upfront and promised the killer to take her car as part of the payment arrangement when the job is done but that the killer varnished without “delivering the service”. However, delivering his judgment on the case, the judge said the agreement lacked legal backing since it was not signed at a public notary office. And he said document they signed in which ownership of the woman’s car was passed to the alleged assassin wasn’t proof that he had received the vehicle as payment for killing her. Furthermore, he said, even if the agreement was entered through the legal process, it would still had been regarded illegal because the act under negotiation was in itself, illegal. He therefore dismissed the case.