A woman residing in the city of Saransk, Russia, found a golden tooth in her sausage.
She decided to sue a meat-processing plant.
The teacher found a golden tooth crown in a piece of smoked sausage that she purchased earlier at a local market.
“I heard an awful gnash and was shocked to see a golden tooth crown in a piece of sausage. I first thought that it was mine, but then I looked in the mirror and saw that all my teeth were in place. I don’t even want to think about what this sausage was made of,” said the upset woman.
She contacted police the same day, and the sausage along with the crown was sent for an examination. Yet, even if the case reaches the court, it will be very difficult to prove that the tooth was in the sausage through the negligence of the manufacturer. Usually, lawyers ask to produce evidence that a foreign item was not placed in the product by the claimant.
“I should have taken the crown to a pawn shop, at least I would have made some money. Now I can’t even look at sausage,” the teacher complained.