AUSTRALIA: Pork chop shoes lead to slippery lawsuit
In one of the most bizarre cases in recent legal history, an Australian pub is being sued by one of its customers who claims he broke his arm after slipping on grease left by the pork chops another customer was wearing as shoes. The plaintiff, Troy Michael Bowron, is suing the Jannali Inn in Sydney over the incident, which happened 30 November 1997. He is also suing its owner, Kelly Wells, and the customer who wore the pork chops as shoes, Ross Lucock.
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