Santa Fe Residents Claim Allergy to Wi-Fi

In the stupid woo-woo department:

A group of Santa Fe residents recently attempted to get all public Wi-Fi hotspots in the city banned by arguing that the APs irritated their supposed “electromagnetic allergies.” More curious perhaps was how the group tried to use the Americans With Disabilities Act to force the city’s hand. Now the Santa Fe New Mexican reports that one of the individuals involved in the effort has sued his neighbor for refusing to turn off their cellphone and Wi-Fi hotspot. Arthur Firstenberg claims he was made homeless by the neighbor, who apparently didn’t appreciate his unique ailment. Firstenberg’s legal argument is a bit of a treat, suggesting he’s been forced to live in his car

via Santa Fe Wi-Fi Fears Keep Getting Weirder – Man sues neighbor for refusing to turn off wireless – dslreports.com.