In the US, burned coffee from Starbucks police demanded 50 thousand dollars
A police officer from the US city of Raleigh, North Carolina, Matthew Short (Matthew Kohr) filed a lawsuit against Starbucks coffee shops network after burned coffee. The claim amount is 50 thousand dollars.
The incident took place in 2012. According to the victim, with a glass cover fell off and spilled hot coffee on his lap. However, a problem has arisen is not limited to burns and blisters. According to Cora, spilled coffee caused him such severe stress that he has stepped up disease that forced him to go for an operation to remove part of the intestine.
The lawsuit also alleges that the victim's wife, Melanie has lost its "source of emotional support, social life partner and intimate partner." In turn, the lawyers Starbucks reported that in the year the company sells about four billion cups of coffee in containers, which are manufactured by International Paper, and all the time there were only 59 such incidents.
In addition, as reported by the Daily Mail, the coffee that spilled so poorly Corinthians, he got free. Starbucks representatives believe that because of this he can not claim compensation, since it is not the buyer. In court, it may also affect the outcome of the case.