Disappointed divorcee Martin Overleigh has started legal procedings against the makers of male hair dye 'Just for Men' claiming false advertising.
'The first advert clearly shows a man dying his hair, next thing he's out with a woman,' says Martin 45 from Doncaster 'I just got funny looks at the Legion's speed dating night.'
Martin also claims 'he won't be needing any new ties either, after an unsuccessful job interview following a recent root retouch.
'I haven't been this disappointed since I sprayed half a can of Lynx on myself in the ladies changing rooms at Adwick Leisure Centre,' sighed Martin 'I thought I'd have girls throwing themselves at me, not a kick in the 'nads and a court injunction.'
Just for Men's manufacturers Combe Incorporated have vowed to vehermently defend the 'ludicrous' claim. Overleigh is also considering legal action against Microsoft for stealing his idea for Windows 7.
Man sues 'Just for Men' for failing to get him a new job or a shag
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