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Crime Thirsty for justice, man sues Universal theme park claiming deceptive soda sale: report

21:20  21 october  2019
21:20  21 october  2019 Source:   msn.com

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A New York man is filing a lawsuit after a visit to Universal Studios denied him a refill on his soda cup, according to a report by WOFL.

  Thirsty for justice, man sues Universal theme park claiming deceptive soda sale: report © John Raoux

Luis Arnaud filed a class action lawsuit against NBCUniversal over what he claims is a deceptive business practice regarding Universal’s sales of its unlimited soda package at Islands of Adventure and Volcano Bay, WOFL reported.

Arnaud had purchased a refillable cup in July for $16.99, and was under the impression that he could reactivate the unlimited service using the same cup the following day for an additional fee of $8.99, according to the report.

But when he did so at an automated machine he received a message saying that he was not"quite ready to fill up" and that he could not refill his cup twice within 10 minutes, WOFL reported.

Arnaud says he was never made aware of the limitation, and now seeks a jury trial, according to the report.

Read the full report at WOFL.

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