In a case reminiscent of the 'McDonalds-Coffee-is-too-hot' lawsuit, San Diego parents Michael and Maria Harris have filed suit against Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, saying that their 4 year old son was injured by a plate of nacho cheese.
The incident happened last year in March when the family was visiting Walt Disney World. While the couple was having dinner, the child spilled nacho cheese on his face resulting in severe burns.
In the suit, the Harris's are claiming that thier child suffered "permanent scarring, pain and suffering" as a result of the burns, and that the parents suffered "emotional distress" from the incident. While the Harris's haven't specified an amount they are suing for, they have asked Disney to pay the medical and legal costs incurred as well as punitive damages and "further relief as this Court deems just and proper."
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