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Fast food restaurants serve millions of people every day, which makes them both hugely popular and also a major target for litigation.
Some lawsuits are reasonable, some are from people who think they've been a victim of a perceived injustice. and some feature people clearly trying to get a massive payout.
Here are nine real lawsuits that stand out for their unusual nature, involving some of the world's most well-known fast food chains.
On the surface, the lawsuit launched by Stella Liebeck against McDonald's in 1992 appears to be the worst kind of unnecessary legal action.
Liebeck, 79, sued the company after suffering burns from hot coffee she spilled in her lap.
However, it should be considered that she suffered third-degree burns in the incident.
She initially asked McDonald's to cover her medical costs of $20,000.
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