A suburban Philadelphia lady claims she acquired an additional topping in her Chick-Fil-A sandwich final yr: a lifeless rodent.
Ellen Manfalouti filed a lawsuit in Bucks County Courtroom over the tiny rodent she claims was baked into the underside bun of her hen sandwich.
The forty six-yr-previous tells The Philadelphia Inquirer her co-employee picked up the sandwich on the chain’s Langhorne location in Nov. 2016. The 2 have been beginning to eat when she “felt one thing humorous” and thought the bun was burned.
Her co-employee says she knew it was a rodent as a result of she noticed the whiskers and tail.
Manfalouti’s lawyer says he filed a go well with towards franchise proprietor and the shop after they weren’t aware of complaints.
Proprietor Dave Heffernan and the Atlanta-based mostly quick-meals chain say they can not touch upon litigation.
Manfalouti is looking for greater than $50,000 for bodily and psychological damages.