Worms in Wendy’s BLT Salad Are Not About The Money
“I TASTED something sour. And I was like ‘wait, this is strange.’ I spit it out and then I see what looked like a worm to me,” says Ivette . She’d bought a Wendy’s BLT salad from a Florida drive-thru. “That’s the worm that I actually saw on the salad, not the one that was in my mouth. That was a different worm that was in the salad.”
She took the worm back to the eatery.
“They just brushed it off. Like it’s not a big deal. It’s just a worm. But today it’s a worm, what’s it going to be next time?” Ivette asked, who froze the salad. “I went to the hospital because I felt nauseated the entire time.”
Because this is America, Ivette has a lawyer to fight for her rights (ie: money). The worm has no official representation. Says attorney Mark Pacin.
“My client didn’t come to me and say ‘I want money.’ They came to me and said we want to make sure that others are aware as to what’s going on. This is not about money, this is really about public concern.”
And what price can be placed on that?