Saturday, January 5, 2019 – 12:00 a.m.
Curtis Brooner, at the age of 50, with the help of his lawyer, cost the $ 7.89 $ hamburger a week for $ 9,026.16 and sued the restaurant
Lege Curtis Brooner, a guest at the Burger King restaurant in Wood Village (Oregon, USA), defended the store on Tuesday, promising to provide free-living burgers.
The client's promise made by a restaurant at a fast food restaurant, he had to spend an hour of an hour at the bathrooms in the bathroom and he was losing his hand. In addition to the joke of some workers.
Curtis Brooner, at the age of 50, with the help of his lawyer, decided to say that $ 7.89 a week for a burger was $ 9.026.16, and he has sued the restaurant for that amount.
"We determined that his life would last for 72 years, that is, less than 5 years of the average consumption of young burgers," explains Michael Fuller, according to Brooner, according to the CAT channel 2.
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