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Oregon man sues Outback for allegedly serving mashed potatoes with plate bits

 Friday, February 21, 2014

 The Oregonian

A man who says he broke two teeth when he bit into some mashed potatoes while dining at Outback Steakhouse is suing the restaurant for $48,000, claiming bits of broken porcelain were in his food. Roger Branstetter says in his lawsuit that he was dining at the restaurant at 11146 S.W. Barnes Road on Feb. 17, 2012, when he cracked two of his molars. The waitress told her managers, who "admitted to plaintiff that a plate had broken in the kitchen and that pieces had fallen into the mashed potatoes," the suit states. Branstetter lost both those teeth after dentists said they had to be pulled and replaced with dental implants.
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