Pieces 017/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, September 21, 2009 Under: Orders-09
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Wang Ping filed a complaint with Pieces because of a bad batter which caused him to run. Mr. Ping states that the serve used was illegal and ultimately sent him to the hospital. He is also suing for his injuries.

Pieces: So I see you were a bit of a sore sport?
Mr. Ping: I was very sore actually. The batter had just warmed up and it was then served to me.
Pieces: It came at you rather quickly, a bit too fast eh?
Mr. Ping: Exactly, And I paid it to him with all I had.
Pieces: Isn't that what you are supposed to do? You seem really sour to me, why are you that way?
Mr. Ping: I'm angry because I had to duck for it all. This experience came at me like a flying saucer.
Pieces: Mr. Ping you should really find another sport if you have complaints about the way it is played because you take the fun out of the whole game for the other players which isn't fair. This is also a waste of my time.
Mr. Ping: But this is serious. The hospital said I arrived in time because of the hit my stomach took.
Pieces: That should have been a foul and the pitcher should have been called for it.
Mr Ping: Actually, it was the department of health, who shut them out!
Pieces: Soooo, another team came along and finally gave them a wippin they deserved.
Mr. Ping: No! Dong's Diner was so foul with their bad chicken the health department shut them down for food poisioning.
Dong's Diner: I have to talk, I have to talk and say my piece.
Pieces: You are allowed.
Dong's Diner: The batter was just fine used it on everyone and no complaint from anybody but you. You was already sick. Just like to cause trouble for hard working people.
Mr. Ping: A whole slew of folk got sick. They were well before they ate your diner poultry.
Dong's Diner: They have problem too! We ate poultry and we just fine- nobody sick here! You make us close for nothing.
Pieces: Alright enough. I will return with my decision.

ANALYSIS:

Mr. Ping became ill after eating fried poultry with sauce in a diner. He says that the batter was not completely cooked, which was why he became ill. Others who ate poultry from the same diner also became ill afterwards. Upon inspection of Dong's Diner it was found to be clean and operational for business. The health department questioned the patrons of the diner as to why they did not complain about the raw batter and request that their food be cooked throughouly. Patrons who were questiond informed the health department that the food tasted just fine and that the food just appeared as though it was uncooked. Shortly afterwards people began to feel ill. The health department began to examine other sources of where the illness could have come from and it was found that the sauce used to go along with the chicken was made with msg additives- which were a no no because of severe reactions. Dong's Diner said it had no idea that msg was used and that it was the fault of the company where it was ordered from by using ingredients that were not approved.
Pieces: So this was the gratuity you give to take out customers. Or how you handle the till. It seems as though you measured the glass as half empty that evening.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, That's Dong's Diner reimburse Wan Ping for the cost of food purchased that evening and medical expenses not covered by insurance resulting from the reaction he had from the food. Dong's Diner also must adhere to and pay the $3,500 fine they were charged.

Dated: September 21, 2009               A. Sadiq                
                                                       On Behalf of Pieces                 

In : Orders-09 



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Pieces 017/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, September 21, 2009 Under: Orders-09
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Wang Ping filed a complaint with Pieces because of a bad batter which caused him to run. Mr. Ping states that the serve used was illegal and ultimately sent him to the hospital. He is also suing for his injuries.

Pieces: So I see you were a bit of a sore sport?
Mr. Ping: I was very sore actually. The batter had just warmed up and it was then served to me.
Pieces: It came at you rather quickly, a bit too fast eh?
Mr. Ping: Exactly, And I paid it to him with all I had.
Pieces: Isn't that what you are supposed to do? You seem really sour to me, why are you that way?
Mr. Ping: I'm angry because I had to duck for it all. This experience came at me like a flying saucer.
Pieces: Mr. Ping you should really find another sport if you have complaints about the way it is played because you take the fun out of the whole game for the other players which isn't fair. This is also a waste of my time.
Mr. Ping: But this is serious. The hospital said I arrived in time because of the hit my stomach took.
Pieces: That should have been a foul and the pitcher should have been called for it.
Mr Ping: Actually, it was the department of health, who shut them out!
Pieces: Soooo, another team came along and finally gave them a wippin they deserved.
Mr. Ping: No! Dong's Diner was so foul with their bad chicken the health department shut them down for food poisioning.
Dong's Diner: I have to talk, I have to talk and say my piece.
Pieces: You are allowed.
Dong's Diner: The batter was just fine used it on everyone and no complaint from anybody but you. You was already sick. Just like to cause trouble for hard working people.
Mr. Ping: A whole slew of folk got sick. They were well before they ate your diner poultry.
Dong's Diner: They have problem too! We ate poultry and we just fine- nobody sick here! You make us close for nothing.
Pieces: Alright enough. I will return with my decision.

ANALYSIS:

Mr. Ping became ill after eating fried poultry with sauce in a diner. He says that the batter was not completely cooked, which was why he became ill. Others who ate poultry from the same diner also became ill afterwards. Upon inspection of Dong's Diner it was found to be clean and operational for business. The health department questioned the patrons of the diner as to why they did not complain about the raw batter and request that their food be cooked throughouly. Patrons who were questiond informed the health department that the food tasted just fine and that the food just appeared as though it was uncooked. Shortly afterwards people began to feel ill. The health department began to examine other sources of where the illness could have come from and it was found that the sauce used to go along with the chicken was made with msg additives- which were a no no because of severe reactions. Dong's Diner said it had no idea that msg was used and that it was the fault of the company where it was ordered from by using ingredients that were not approved.
Pieces: So this was the gratuity you give to take out customers. Or how you handle the till. It seems as though you measured the glass as half empty that evening.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, That's Dong's Diner reimburse Wan Ping for the cost of food purchased that evening and medical expenses not covered by insurance resulting from the reaction he had from the food. Dong's Diner also must adhere to and pay the $3,500 fine they were charged.

Dated: September 21, 2009               A. Sadiq                
                                                       On Behalf of Pieces                 

In : Orders-09 



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Pieces 017/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, September 21, 2009 Under: Orders-09
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Wang Ping filed a complaint with Pieces because of a bad batter which caused him to run. Mr. Ping states that the serve used was illegal and ultimately sent him to the hospital. He is also suing for his injuries.

Pieces: So I see you were a bit of a sore sport?
Mr. Ping: I was very sore actually. The batter had just warmed up and it was then served to me.
Pieces: It came at you rather quickly, a bit too fast eh?
Mr. Ping: Exactly, And I paid it to him with all I had.
Pieces: Isn't that what you are supposed to do? You seem really sour to me, why are you that way?
Mr. Ping: I'm angry because I had to duck for it all. This experience came at me like a flying saucer.
Pieces: Mr. Ping you should really find another sport if you have complaints about the way it is played because you take the fun out of the whole game for the other players which isn't fair. This is also a waste of my time.
Mr. Ping: But this is serious. The hospital said I arrived in time because of the hit my stomach took.
Pieces: That should have been a foul and the pitcher should have been called for it.
Mr Ping: Actually, it was the department of health, who shut them out!
Pieces: Soooo, another team came along and finally gave them a wippin they deserved.
Mr. Ping: No! Dong's Diner was so foul with their bad chicken the health department shut them down for food poisioning.
Dong's Diner: I have to talk, I have to talk and say my piece.
Pieces: You are allowed.
Dong's Diner: The batter was just fine used it on everyone and no complaint from anybody but you. You was already sick. Just like to cause trouble for hard working people.
Mr. Ping: A whole slew of folk got sick. They were well before they ate your diner poultry.
Dong's Diner: They have problem too! We ate poultry and we just fine- nobody sick here! You make us close for nothing.
Pieces: Alright enough. I will return with my decision.

ANALYSIS:

Mr. Ping became ill after eating fried poultry with sauce in a diner. He says that the batter was not completely cooked, which was why he became ill. Others who ate poultry from the same diner also became ill afterwards. Upon inspection of Dong's Diner it was found to be clean and operational for business. The health department questioned the patrons of the diner as to why they did not complain about the raw batter and request that their food be cooked throughouly. Patrons who were questiond informed the health department that the food tasted just fine and that the food just appeared as though it was uncooked. Shortly afterwards people began to feel ill. The health department began to examine other sources of where the illness could have come from and it was found that the sauce used to go along with the chicken was made with msg additives- which were a no no because of severe reactions. Dong's Diner said it had no idea that msg was used and that it was the fault of the company where it was ordered from by using ingredients that were not approved.
Pieces: So this was the gratuity you give to take out customers. Or how you handle the till. It seems as though you measured the glass as half empty that evening.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, That's Dong's Diner reimburse Wan Ping for the cost of food purchased that evening and medical expenses not covered by insurance resulting from the reaction he had from the food. Dong's Diner also must adhere to and pay the $3,500 fine they were charged.

Dated: September 21, 2009               A. Sadiq                
                                                       On Behalf of Pieces                 

In : Orders-09 



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Pieces 017/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, September 21, 2009 Under: Orders-09
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

v.

Defendant

Wang Ping filed a complaint with Pieces because of a bad batter which caused him to run. Mr. Ping states that the serve used was illegal and ultimately sent him to the hospital. He is also suing for his injuries.

Pieces: So I see you were a bit of a sore sport?
Mr. Ping: I was very sore actually. The batter had just warmed up and it was then served to me.
Pieces: It came at you rather quickly, a bit too fast eh?
Mr. Ping: Exactly, And I paid it to him with all I had.
Pieces: Isn't that what you are supposed to do? You seem really sour to me, why are you that way?
Mr. Ping: I'm angry because I had to duck for it all. This experience came at me like a flying saucer.
Pieces: Mr. Ping you should really find another sport if you have complaints about the way it is played because you take the fun out of the whole game for the other players which isn't fair. This is also a waste of my time.
Mr. Ping: But this is serious. The hospital said I arrived in time because of the hit my stomach took.
Pieces: That should have been a foul and the pitcher should have been called for it.
Mr Ping: Actually, it was the department of health, who shut them out!
Pieces: Soooo, another team came along and finally gave them a wippin they deserved.
Mr. Ping: No! Dong's Diner was so foul with their bad chicken the health department shut them down for food poisioning.
Dong's Diner: I have to talk, I have to talk and say my piece.
Pieces: You are allowed.
Dong's Diner: The batter was just fine used it on everyone and no complaint from anybody but you. You was already sick. Just like to cause trouble for hard working people.
Mr. Ping: A whole slew of folk got sick. They were well before they ate your diner poultry.
Dong's Diner: They have problem too! We ate poultry and we just fine- nobody sick here! You make us close for nothing.
Pieces: Alright enough. I will return with my decision.

ANALYSIS:

Mr. Ping became ill after eating fried poultry with sauce in a diner. He says that the batter was not completely cooked, which was why he became ill. Others who ate poultry from the same diner also became ill afterwards. Upon inspection of Dong's Diner it was found to be clean and operational for business. The health department questioned the patrons of the diner as to why they did not complain about the raw batter and request that their food be cooked throughouly. Patrons who were questiond informed the health department that the food tasted just fine and that the food just appeared as though it was uncooked. Shortly afterwards people began to feel ill. The health department began to examine other sources of where the illness could have come from and it was found that the sauce used to go along with the chicken was made with msg additives- which were a no no because of severe reactions. Dong's Diner said it had no idea that msg was used and that it was the fault of the company where it was ordered from by using ingredients that were not approved.
Pieces: So this was the gratuity you give to take out customers. Or how you handle the till. It seems as though you measured the glass as half empty that evening.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, That's Dong's Diner reimburse Wan Ping for the cost of food purchased that evening and medical expenses not covered by insurance resulting from the reaction he had from the food. Dong's Diner also must adhere to and pay the $3,500 fine they were charged.

Dated: September 21, 2009               A. Sadiq                
                                                       On Behalf of Pieces                 

In : Orders-09 



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