Court dismisses diner's claim that food contained blood.

  • Published 1997 in AIDS policy & law

Abstract

A State appeals court in New York dismissed McDonald's restaurant patron [name removed]'s claim that he was served and ate French fires covered in blood. [Name removed] brought a suit to a Suffolk County court asking for damages for fear of AIDS. The county and appeals court agreed that [name removed] had no evidence that he was exposed to HIV, did not provide the bag with the alleged blood, did not have the alleged blood tested for HIV, and was behaving in an irrational and unreasonable manner. [Name removed] did not test positive for HIV antibodies.

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