Divorce lawyers, beware. Humming “The Twilight Zone” theme song to imply a client’s ex-wife — seated at the same table during a post-judgment divorce proceeding — is mentally unstable will enrage not only the ex-wife but maybe the state’s lawyer discipline police as well.

Just ask Torrington, Conn., attorney Steven H. Levy, of Febbroriello, Conti & Levy, who the Statewide Grievance Committee recently reprimanded for using “means that have no substantial purpose other than to embarrass, delay, or burden a third person,” in violation of Rule 4.4 of the Connecticut Rules of Professional Conduct.

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