That’s the first line of a New York Post story about a blind man who filed a class action lawsuit alleging that Playboy’s website violates the Americans with Disabilities Act:

A legally blind Queens man is suing, saying the website is incompatible with his screen-reading software. …

Nixon says he’s prevented from perusing the site’s articles and that he can’t enjoy the centerfolds because the website lacks “a text equivalent for every non-text element.”

The Post plays it for laughs, but ADA abuse by cynical lawyers and serial plaintiffs is a serious problem, and this case is almost certainly an example. Donald Nixon has, as the article notes, “filed 47 lawsuits against various companies, citing ADA violations.”

H/T: Walter Olson