In Syracuse, New York, a couple went to court to force their 30-year-old son to move out -- and won.
In court, Christina and Mark Rotondo claimed their son, Michael, was refusing to leave the house despite giving him five written notices over the past few months.
They also claimed Michael didn't contribute to the family's expenses, didn't help out with chores around the house and even said they offered to help him get on his feet.
It didn't work.
So, they took their case in front of a judge, who ruled Michael must leave the household immediately.
- While you have to sympathize with the parents, somehow, some way, they raised this "kid" and let him stick around their house until age 30. Shouldn't some of the responsibility be on them?
- Other than the whole "going to court" part of the story, this is probably pretty common these days, isn't it? There have got to be a lot of parents that wish their kids would get out of their hair, right?