September 27, 2004
A Melbourne woman, suing McDonald's Australia
, claims she suffered a loss of libido
after biting into an allegedly contaminated cheeseburger.
Kelly Rae Hennessey alleges the cheeseburger she bought from a McDonald's drive-through in Adelaide in July 2000 contained a rock, the Melbourne Herald Sun reported Sunday.
As a result of the bad burger, Hennessey says she's suffered a loss of libido, as well as depression, nightmares, anxiety, nausea, palpitations, diarrhea, shortness of breath and toothache.
--Whatever. Shortness of breath? Palpitations? Um, STOP CONSUMING BURGERS!
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Contaminated cheeseburger? Oh god, that's just a hoot and a holler. Where do these people come up with these cases..and why do lawyers keep taking them?
Posted by: Andrea at September 27, 2004 08:24 AM (EaHS6)
yeah like she did not have any problems before she allegedly bit into a contaminated cheeseburger. Toothache I believe. I would believe headache too but she apparently did not have one...
Posted by: lynne at September 27, 2004 10:13 AM (fKtwY)
people are so full of it
Posted by: Uptown Girl at September 28, 2004 12:19 AM (dUIpl)
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