05-22-2008, 11:11 PM #1
Top court overturns dead fly-in-water damage claimOTTAWA - A man who claimed that he became depressed, anxious and phobic after finding a a dead fly in a bottle of water will no longer get the judgment he won against a bottling company, Canada's top court ruled Thursday.
Martin Mustapha will have to shell out thousands in court costs, instead of collecting the more than $345,000 he won in an Ontario court three years ago.
The Supreme Court of Canada agreed in a 9-0 judgment that Mustapha suffered real psychological harm, but Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin said his reaction was so "unusual or extreme" that bottling company Culligan of Canada Ltd., should not have to pay compensation...........
05-22-2008, 11:17 PM #2
Re: Top court overturns dead fly-in-water damage claim
good thing i dont buy bottle water?We're bringing purple back.
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