October 18, 2002

The insurer said it was an act of God

A Sydney woman has lost her claim for compensation from her church after God touched her soul and caused her to bang her head.

She sued for AUS$750 000 (about R4-million) claiming someone should have been there to catch her when the Holy Spirit lifted her off her feet at a prayer meeting six years ago.

The judge ruled that she swooned too early and the catchers couldn't have been expected to get to her. The woman who sued God's house - and lost - IOL, October 18th 2002.

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