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would you sue for this?

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would you sue for this?

smartie | Mar 28, 2011 07:18 PM

A bunch of us ladies went out for our occasional, fairly regular Turkish dinner and when we asked for our plate of olives they told us they had had to stop serving olives because a customer had broken a tooth and was suing for $60,000.

We were flabbergasted that somebody would sue for something as obvious as a pit in an olive. Should the restaurant have warned the customer that there were pits, or is the onus on the customer?

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