A Texas woman sues Whataburger to serve her "scalding hot sauce" as she claims left her 5 year old relative severely.
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According to My San Antonio, Jessica Byrd sent a lawsuit against the fast food chain in Bexar County Tuesday for the event in June 201[ads1]7.
Byrd claims she and the girl visited a Mexia Whataburger
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"It was so hot that it had the ability to cause and cause deep other degrees to burn on the baby's legs and thighs in seconds, "Byrd lawyer wrote in court documents, San Antonio reported.
Success goes on to claim that fast food restaurant employees did not keep the sauce at a "reasonable temperature," and neither responded to the child's "earring screams for help."
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Whataburger did not comment on the current case.
Byrd prosecutor for medical expenses both past and future, pain and suffering, mental anxiety and disfigurement among other allegations, reported my San Antonio.