Smith, who is unemployed, entered the Harley-Davidson dealership on a whim to buy a motorcycle, according to the lawsuit filed on Oct. 30. While there, he told the employees that he had PTSD, while pacing, sweating profusely and acting jittery.
"At one point, the salesperson even gave him water so that he could take his Xanax," said Gilleon. "He took three while he was there."
According to the Marine: "I know I was sweating fast. I was talking fast. I know I was jittery, and I kept misplacing personal items like my wallet all over the dealership," said Smith.
Failing to take back the motorcycle also resulted in a claim for unfair business practices. Seems like the dealership manager should have taken a BLAW course.
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