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Politics Florida man sues McDonald's after allegedly chipping tooth on McNugget

05:27  25 september  2020
05:27  25 september  2020 Source:   thehill.com

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A McDonald ’ s customer is suing the company after he says he was hurt biting into a Chicken McNugget . The man claims he cracked one of his teeth on a piece of bone inside Alexei Stolfat is suing McDonald ’ s for .1 million and is calling for a recall of all McNuggets , the Sun-Sentinel reports.

South Florida man claims he was injured by a Chicken McNugget . McDonald ' s is the target of another lawsuit from one of its customers. This time, a West Palm Beach man says he bit into a Chicken McNugget last spring and broke his tooth on a bone that wasn't supposed to be there.

A Florida man is suing McDonald's for over a million dollars after allegedly chipping a tooth on a chicken McNugget.

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The man, Alexei Stolfat, received his food from Uber Eats from a West Palm Beach McDonald's, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reported.

He said he felt pain in his mouth and suffered from headaches for three days after biting into a bone in one of the chicken nuggets.

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to — at a Japanese McDonald ’ s in September contained three fragments of “what looked like teeth ,” forcing the chain to apologize a second time in Yesterday, it addressed the second dental issue, which comes after someone else found a one-and-a-half-inch-long vinyl strip in a McNugget and

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Stolfat reportedly discovered that his tooth was cracked in two places and would require surgery.

A representative from McDonald's could not provide further comment, but a spokesperson for the chain responded to the Sun-Sentinel.

"Providing safe, high-quality food is always a top priority," McDonald's said. "We take these claims seriously but as this is pending litigation, we cannot comment further at this time."

Stolfat said he is seeking $1.1 million dollars and a recall of all McNuggets "to avoid massive consumer injuries."

He said if he wins the legal battle, he will donate $1 million to charity.

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