Sydney, The giant fast-food restaurant chain Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) was ordered to pay damages of $ 8.3 million to an Australian girl who suffered severe brain damage and paralysis after eating a Twister.
Monika Samaan, a daughter who is now 14 years old, had salmonella encephalopathy, a sort of disease of brain injury associated with food poisoning after eating KFC chicken menu Twister from KFC outlets in Sydney, Australia. The incident occurred in October 2005 when Monika was seven years old.
Monika also some family members had fallen ill after eating the Twister. But Monika was the most widely consumed Twister.
At that time, Monika fell into a coma. Before being taken to hospital, she had experienced a seizure. According to doctors, Monika decreased cognitive and motor skills after consuming these foods from KFC. That’s what makes it a flaw.
The Supreme Court (MA) New South Wales today as reported by AFP on Friday (04/27/2012) ordered KFC to pay such compensation as damages and legal fees.
From the results of the investigation, concluded MA Monika disease is caused by food poisoning after eating KFC chicken. Her condition became worse because of eating too much chicken Monika allegedly unsanitary and contaminated the disease.
On this Supreme Court decision, Monika was very relieved family.
“Monika is now huge and they are now more difficult to lift her and take care of basic needs as well as caring for Monika’s younger brothers and sisters,” said Monika family lawyer, George Vlahakis.
“Compensation was told it was very necessary. KFC has so far determined that Monika will not get a penny,”.
In court, Judge Stephen Rothman also mentions the negligence of KFC employees in running a healthy food preparation procedures and safe.