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Couple sue Steak 'n Shake over sauce that was way too hot

by LINDA STARCHER, Banner Staff Writer
October 22, 2010

A Cleveland couple is suing the local Steak ’n Shake restaurant, its parent company and an employee for allegedly serving their son a hot sauce so hot that he had to be hospitalized.

The lawsuit was filed Sept. 30, in Bradley County Circuit Court by Bilbo Law Offices which is representing Tim and Mary Katherine Gann.

Steak ’n Shake restaurant is located at 220 Paul Huff Parkway.

According to the complaint filed, the incident reportedly occurred Oct. 9, 2009. Tim and Mary Gann took their minor son to Steak ’n Shake for dinner where the son ordered chili.

The Steak ’n Shake employee, who is only listed in the complaint as “John Doe,” asked the boy if he wanted hot sauce for the chili. When the Ganns’ son accepted the offer, the employee allegedly brought the minor the product “Blair’s Mega Death Sauce


Added: Oct-22-2010 Occurred On: Oct-22-2010
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