A man has filed a lawsuit in southern California claiming the $73,000 pool table he bought was ruined because he was not told regular pool balls would scratch its surface, according to a Tuesday report.
Good Morning America said the buyer of the custom G-1 glass-top table used regular pool balls, which he claims essentially destroyed the futuristic table, made by Nottage Design of Australia.
A sealed envelope reportedly said the balls shipped by Nottage were specifically made for the table, but the complaint alleges this amounted to the hiding of so material a warning, according to GMA.
The buyer is reportedly seeking $219,000 in damages. Read more.
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