USA: Taco Bell customers awarded compensation for bloody tacos
Four consumers who discovered blood on their meals at a Taco Bell restaurant have been awarded compensation by a Dane County (Wisconsin) jury. The jurors awarded damages to Charles Igl (US$3791), his sons Adam (US$1125) and Jonathan (US$475), Lisa Steinberg (US$2,104) and her son Nathan (US$475), for the emotional distress caused by the incident.
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