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The 15 Most Shocking Court Cases In History
There are all sorts of ridiculous lawsuits against companies and civilians in the U.S. all the time. Everyone remembers the woman who sued McDonalds for not warning her that the coffee was hot.
Another classic is a woman who bought a Winnebago and set it to cruise control while driving and went in the back to make herself a sandwich. Shockingly, she wrecked the Winnebago and sued the company for not informing her in the owner’s manual that cruise control didn’t mean it could auto-drive the wheel and speed.
Well, a lady in California has now sued Pepsico, who makes Cap’n Crunch, for misleading her in believing that the cereal had actual fruit in it. For years she ate the cereal thinking she was getting a great deal of nutritional value and real fruit from it.
You can imagine her fury when she found out she was eating flavored jagged sugar. Surprisingly the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California dismissed the lawsuit.