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Robert Schiavelli of Rockville Center, N.Y., says he never thought laughing could get him in trouble with the law.

"I was laughing out the window. I was laughing out the window of my own house, and they gave me a ticket," Schiavelli told ABC News.

Schiavelli was slapped with two summonses for disturbing the peace after police said he was laughing too loudly in his front yard.

Police responded to Schiavelli's home Feb. 12 and Feb. 13 after neighbors complained that his laughs could be heard across the driveway.

Schiavelli, who is considered disabled because of neurological impairments, says the neighbors mock him, and he uses laughter as a defense mechanism.

"They kept staring at me. He kept eye-balling me

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So this guy was trying to disturb his neighbors by laughing really loudly. No different than yelling at them in my opinion. He deserves the tickets.
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HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HAH!

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[quote name='NoPanShabuShabu' timestamp='1362670851' post='595563920']
So this guy was trying to disturb his neighbors by laughing really loudly. No different than yelling at them in my opinion. He deserves the tickets.
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Did you even read the article ?

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[i]Schiavelli, who is considered disabled because of neurological impairments, says the neighbors mock him, and he uses laughter as a defense mechanism.[/i]

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Half the population around here would be ticketed.

Especially those screaming brats at McDonald's. :laugh:

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So this guy was trying to disturb his neighbors by laughing really loudly
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So this guy was trying to troll by not reading the article...

See how that works?

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"The day my client gets convicted for laughing, I'll quit practicing law, and I've been practicing for 20 years," Andrew Campanelli told ABC News. "The ordinance and prosecution are simply absurd."

Good luck in your new career, Andrew. :shifty:

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We've become a nation of stupid morons.

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