A judge has thrown out a Nanaimo man’s lawsuit against the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC), in which the plaintiff sought $32 trillion in damages, an audience with the Queen and an MRI scan of his entire body. According to court documents, Tyler Adam Chamberlin was hit by a car while riding his bicycle in Nanaimo in 2018. The driver allegedly fled the scene and Chamberlin later filed a civil suit against B.C.’s auto insurer, claiming physical and emotional injuries. The Nanaimo man then amended his claim, adding more defendants, including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, B.C. Premier John Horgan and Queen Elizabeth II, among others. Without a lawyer, Chamberlin appeared before the B.C. Supreme Court to argue his case on March 1. Appearing via teleconference were lawyers for ICBC, the Attorney General of Canada, the Attorney General of British Columbia, the City of Nanaimo, Nanaimo Regional General Hospital and the Chief Electoral Officer of British Columbia.