The last charge you'd expect in an Arby's lawsuit is a claim for loss of consortium (i.e.; loss of sexual relations).
But that's what happened in a Monument, Colorado incident involving an Arby's urinal, reports NBC.
Kenneth DeJoie claims that he went to the restroom at the neighborhood Arby's when a jet of steam shot out of the urinals and into his genitals.
The steamed man then complained to an Arby's employee who allegedly responded "we have that bathroom problem again." The employee then supposedly explained that the urinal acts up when the kitchen sink was running, suggesting that the store had a known problem with its urinal.
In the Arby's lawsuit, DeJoie sued the roast beef restaurant chain for premises liability. Generally, businesses owe a duty to keep customers safe while shopping at their stores. This means that floors should not be slippery, precarious things should not be dangling from the ceiling, and a jet of hot steam should not hit your genitals while standing at an Arby's urinal.
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