Dallas Cowboys' Fan Jennelle Carrillo Sues Team over Butt-Burning Incident
Watch your butts, especially if you happen to be anywhere near a Dallas Cowboys facility.
Carillo's lawyer Michael Wash explains a lawsuit many will find bizarre and perhaps a tad frivolous.
She sat down on this black bench, outside an entrance and unfortunately she suffered third-degree burns as a result of it and had subsequent skin grafts.
Knowing nothing else of the case, I would say there is nothing frivolous about Carillo's injuries, because the burns sound dangerous and quite painful.
The report continues:
The incident occurred in August of 2010, when Carrillo attended the Blue & Silver scrimmage football game. Temperatures on the day of the game were reportedly more than 100 degrees.
Wash said his client didn’t stay for the game. “She knew, while she was there at the stadium, that she had received some burns. But she didn’t realize how serious they were until she received medical attention.
OK, so now we have a little more to work on here. Anyone who has ever been out on a hot day, namely every human being through history, will tell you that you tread cautiously when sitting on any 'ol bench.
You test, you sample, you proceed with caution.
With all that being said, it seems that placing a black, marble bench out in the Dallas sun may not have been such a great idea.
Perhaps Jerry Jones would like to make cast-iron skillets and form comfy chairs for his fans. That seems like as good an idea.
Then again, we have to ask Ms. Carrillo. Did you not hear the sizzle coming from your rump?
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