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Apparently, not all adults in the world understand that it gets cold outside. A former soldier of the British Army is suing the Ministry of Defence for exposing him to, wait for it, cold weather conditions. I wish we were making that up.

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From www.breitbart.com:

A soldier from Africa is suing the Ministry of Defence (MoD) for £150,000, claiming they failed to protect him from cold weather conditions.

Michael Asiamah, from Ghana, brought the negligence claim after allegedly suffering a “cold-related” condition during exercises on Salisbury Plain in March 2016.

According to his lawyers, the 36-year-old suffered pain and numbness in his feet and hands after he was exposed to 18 hours of cold and windy conditions during Exercise Scorpion.

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