In 2006, the two sides of a lengthy court case were unable to settle a trivial matter on the case: where a deposition would be held. Despite long discussions, they could not reach an agreement.
Tired of this, the Judge in the case decided he'd had enough. He ordered them to agree on a neutral site. If they couldn't agree to that, then they would play one game of rock-paper-scissors. The winner would pick the setting!
His apparent reasoning of this was to shame the lawyers for getting hung up on such a silly point. Have you ever decided anything important over rock-paper-scissors? Tell us in the comments!