Woman Sues Dallas Cowboys After Hot Bench Burns Her Butt
Seat Was "Extremely Hot And Unreasonably Dangerous"
Do you count on football to light a fire under your ass? For one woman, that happened all too literally. She's suing the Dallas Cowboys after a hot seat left her with third degree burns on her buttocks.
Jennele Carrillo is suing the Dallas Cowboys and owner Jerry Jones for injuries she says she sustained after sitting on a black marble bench that had been baking in the hot August sun.
Carrillo, a resident of Cleburne, Texas, was at the stadium to enjoy a practice game, but the 100-degree day had other plans for her.
"She sat down on this black bench, outside an entrance and unfortunately she suffered third-degree burns as a result of it and had subsequent skin grafts," explained Carrillo's lawyer, Michael Wash.
Wash said Carrillo was "hospitalized for about a week [and] had some very serious injuries."
She's suing the organization for damages, saying she suffered from "mental anguish, physical pain and disfigurement as a result of her wounds."
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