A 75-year-old mom in Italy won a court case to kick out her two adult sons aged 40 and 42 from her home in the city of Pavia.
Even though both sons had jobs and could support themselves, they refused to leave.
The mom had tried to convince her sons to move out. She had helped them when they were jobless and expected them to leave once they found work.
However, her sons ignored her requests.
They didn't help with chores, didn't contribute to household expenses, and often returned home late at night.
Since her sons wouldn't leave, the mother took legal action and asked the court to evict them.
Judge Simona Caterbi sympathized with her and ruled in her favour.
The court recognized that while the sons were unemployed, it was the mother's responsibility to support them.
But once they had jobs and were over 40, it was no longer reasonable for them to stay.
The judge's decision emphasized that there's no law giving grown-up children an absolute right to stay in their parents' home against their parents' wishes.
So, the sons have until December 18 to find a new place to live.