The (German) chancellor sued when a news agency quoted an image consultant who suggested he was dyeing his hair to conceal grey.
With affidavits from his barber, Schroeder insisted that the article was false and that it had created a wave of stories that were hurting his image.
In April he won a court injunction preventing the DDP agency from repeating the story.
A month later an appeals court upheld an injunction that prohibits news organisations from even hinting that Schroeder's brown hair is anything other than natural.
Because as Chancellor Schroeder knows courts are for "the worst violations."
See it here.
Tuesday, July 08, 2003
AT LEAST NOT UNTIL SOMEONE INVENTS "JUST FOR WEASELS" HAIRCOLORING.