Caffeinated Boozemaker Sues Its Insurer

Phusion claims that its 23.5-oz. were equivalent to one or two cans of beer, but the FTC, in a modified settlement order, said in February that the cans were 11 to 12 percent alcohol by volume, making a single can of it equivalent to four or five 12-ounce cans of beer.
The many plaintiffs who have sued Phusion claim that the caffeine makes drunk people underestimate their incapacity from the booze.
In one case, a man’s family claimed he “accidentally shot and killed himself after consuming a number of cans of Four Loko and remaining awake for more than thirty hours.”
In another case, a man claims he “developed a heart condition as a consequence of drinking Four Loko and that since that time he has required the care of a cardiologist.”

Zie ‘Caffeinated Boozemaker Sues Its Insurer‘.

26-04-2013 7.00 | Door: Stommeling Jones | Categorie: Losse skakels, Verenigde Staten

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