Lawsuit: Dead rodent baked into woman's Chick-fil-A

Eat Mor Chikin And Rodents? Woman Claims Dead Rodent Was Inside Chick-fil-A Sandwich

Her coworker, Cara Phelan, said "I realized it was a small rodent of some sort".

One Chick-fil-A customer was in for the surprise of her life when she bit into a chicken sandwich and allegedly found a dead rodent.

Davis said that corporate tried to push the blame onto Heffernan's franchise, who in turn faulted the bakery that supplies the buns.

In a statement to CBS Philly, Heffernan said Manfalouti's allegations "are being investigated", but the store could not comment any further because it's an ongoing legal matter.

Manfalouti's lawsuit seeks more than $50,000 for what it says are physical and psychological injuries Manfalouti has endured since the experience in November 2016.

'They just referred it to their insurance company, who in turn has not engaged in any real conversation, ' he added.

Kerala political violence: Arun Jaitley meets family of murdered RSS worker
Jaitley also directed the party cadres to provide sufficient help and rehabilitation to the slain activists Rajesh and Vishnu. Sinha alleged the ruling party in Kerala is creating violence, killing RSS people and are presenting itself as victims.

She says she followed that call up by emailing him photos and the receipt, and then went to the hospital where she received intravenous medication for nausea.

Additionally, Manfalouti is seeking punitive and compensatory damages for "pain, suffering, emotional distress, sleeplessness, anxiety, PTSD" and medical costs.

That's when she discovered what was actually in the sandwich.

Kwon had worked at another restaurant prior to inquiring about employment at Chick-fil-A, during which he fulfilled custodial duties, according to the lawsuit.

This isn't the first time Chick-fil-A has faced a lawsuit.

A rep for Chick-fil-A denied any act of discrimination had taken place. "The United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission investigated Mr. Kwon's allegations and did not find cause to believe that discrimination occurred".

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