Gut Rumbles
 

April 09, 2005

getting the finger

Surprise, surprise! The woman going after Wendy's because she allegedly found a severed human finger in her chili has a history of filing lawsuits. Can you say the word "gold-digger?" Good. I knew you could.

Anna Ayala, 39, who hired a San Jose, Calif., attorney to represent her in the Wendy's case, has been involved in at least half a dozen legal battles in the San Francisco Bay area, according to court records.

She brought a suit against an ex-boss in 1998 for sexual harassment and sued an auto dealership in 2000, alleging the wheel fell off her car. That suit was dismissed after Ayala fired her lawyer, who said she had threatened him.

The case against her former employer was settled in arbitration in June 2002, but it was not known whether she received any money.

Speaking through the front door of her Las Vegas home Friday, Ayala claimed police are out to get her and were unnecessarily rough as they executed a search warrant at her home on Wednesday.

"Lies, lies, lies, that's all I am hearing," she said. "They should look at Wendy's. What are they hiding? Why are we being victimized again and again?"

Yeah. We need to get to the bottom of these "lies, lies, lies." And give the right person the finger.

Comments

Yeah, she's probably guilty...but there's still no fuckin way you'll get me into any fast food restaurant again. Between the deep fried chicken head from McDonald's a few years ago and this finger incident...true or not...I've been cured of any fast food tendencies forever.

Posted by: Chablis on April 9, 2005 11:41 AM

Chili Con Didos has been a popular dish here in the southwest for many years, whats the big deal?

Posted by: Billy Budd on April 9, 2005 11:59 AM

Tell her to keep going back. If you get all five, you win a prize.

Posted by: Ernie G on April 9, 2005 01:11 PM

What's wrong with a deep-fried chicken head?

Posted by: Acidman on April 9, 2005 01:38 PM

What's wrong with a deep-fried chicken head?

To which, I reply "What isn't wrong with a deep fried chicken head??"

Posted by: Chablis on April 9, 2005 02:03 PM

Plucked or unplucked?

Posted by: Indigo on April 9, 2005 02:14 PM

Ernie,

That was hilarious!

Posted by: Grace on April 9, 2005 07:21 PM

No surprise that this woman is from San Francisco.

Posted by: Chris on April 9, 2005 08:13 PM

THIS STORY SHOULD BE CALLED:

GOLDFINGER....

NOT.

Posted by: Maggie on April 9, 2005 09:08 PM

I wouldn't be surprised if she didn't tote the finger in, possibly in a zip log baggy, grab her food, and while no one was looking, slipped the finger in...

I'm just sayin.

Posted by: Joni on April 10, 2005 05:03 PM

Zip LOCK baggy. Ahem.

Posted by: Joni on April 10, 2005 05:04 PM

Ain't that like finding the baby in the king cake at Mardi Gras? Or a dime in the black eyed peas on New Years? That's a good thing right? Seriously, where does one get a human finger? If she did, where's the rest of this person. Maybe the bitch is a psycho fuckin' murderer.....just sayin'.

Posted by: DONGER on April 10, 2005 05:11 PM

I'm wondering if there's a mortician friend lurking in the shadows...

Posted by: Gmac on April 10, 2005 10:13 PM

Chablis--There's no reason to expect that this couldn't happen in any other kind of restaurant either, or for that matter in packaged foods bought at a grocery store.

Any idea just what ends up in ground beef?

Or worse yet, hot dogs?

Jimmy Dean "pure pork" sausage.

I wonder how many chicken heads it takes to make a chicken hot dog, and which "parts" go into a chicken finger?

Posted by: Desert Cat on April 12, 2005 10:40 AM
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