Though she’s dropped her suit against the San Jose Wendy’s that served her a bowl of chili with a partial finger in it on March 22, the woman turns out to be a serial suer. Ana Ayala claims she was sexually harassed in 1998, that the wheel fell off her car in 2000, and that last year her daughter got sick from eating at El Pollo Loco. And there were at least three other lawsuits. And now we smell a suit being brought against the police who searched her Las Vegas house after the Wendy’s incident. The cops, who she said were unnecessarily rough, searched her freezers and a picnic cooler and sifted through the belongings of an aunt who used to live there.
Wendy’s, which is offering a $50,000 reward for anyone who can point to the finger’s owner, insists it didn’t enter the chili as an ingredient, and that no employee or supplier of Wendy’s is missing a finger. “Lies, lies, lies, that’s all I’m hearing,” Ayala complained last week. “They should look at Wendy’s. What are they hiding? Why are we being victimized again and again?” But she’s dropped her suit, says her attorney, because the incident “has caused her great emotional distress and continues to be difficult emotionally,” which sounds like grounds for a lawsuit to us. Developing. (AP via Fox News)