He said he could read the future, exist in two different places at the same time and had the inside line on the guiltiness of those who were brought before him thanks to the help of a trio of "psychic dwarves" - Luis, Angel and Armand - who were, apparently, invisible.
When he wasn't wigging out in the court room, Floro liked to conduct "healing sessions" in his private chambers during break time.
He made the legal community nervous, not just because of his behaviour in court and how that might reflect on them, but because he had the habit of predicting his co-workers in Law would suffer strokes or die, or both.
Judge Florro was infamous long before he came to the attention of the Supreme Court. He considered himself to be an Angel Of Death who had made it his mission in life to punish corrupt court officials and members of the judiciary.
Now it makes sense. They had it in for Judge Florro because he was paying far too much attention to Them.He had been under preventative suspension for seven long years, before he was finally booted out for being a nutter...unless of course there are actually invisible psychic dwarves who can help a judge run his courtroom.
The Supreme Court of Manilla finally acted, using the excuse that Florro refused to subject himself to a mental examination, even though he had been,, surprisingly, charged earlier with being mentally unfit.
It's good to know that "psychic phenomena, even assuming such exist, have no place in a judiciary," or so says the Manilla Supreme Court, who finally told him to pack it in, psychic dwarves and all.
The Supreme Court decided Judge Floro may have been too "dysfunctional as a judge", but claimed he may still be successful in "other areas of endeavour", including Manilla's public service.
No government department has decided to make use of the former Judge Floro's remarkable abilities.
Yet.Sources : The Independent Online, The Manilla Times, The Australian, Tempo.