A policeman has won £20,000 compensation after being served food laced with spit and urine.
US police officer Keith Andrew's children fell sick after eating the tainted food at a KFC restaurant in October 2005. One of his sons even had to go to hospital.
Employees at the restaurant in Nebraska reported seeing an employee contaminate the food and to management, who neglected to pass on the information to the family.
A court jury ruled in favour of Andrew and his family. Their lawyer advised the restaurant owner that he should "take a better class of employee."
take a better class of employee.
KFC refutes the claims and says it will fight the court's verdict.