The Rochester Democrat and Chronicle reports that Rochester resident Michael Sudore alleges in two separate lawsuits — one in federal and another in state court — that Sum 41 videotaped his confrontation where band members pelted him with a hot dog and taunted him at a Rochester Red Wings game in April 2002. Then, without his permission, they included the video on their 2002 DVD, ‘Cross the T’s and Gouge Your I’s’, which accompanied the band’s CD, ‘Does This Look Infected?’. “They decided to mock him,” according to his lawyer, H. Todd Bullard, who is a Monroe County legislator. “What they really did was they incited him so they could get him on the film. There’s a lot of maliciousness in this actually.”
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