A lunch outing with four friends became extraordinarily painful for a 31-12 months-old autorickshaw driver, who took a chunk of his burger and was given bits of glass in his mouthful.
According to Sajid Azimuddin Pathan, he and three of his pals- Ajay Chachere, Sagar Bilor, and Rohit Bhosale- visited a fast-food chain outlet on Ferguson College Avenue on May 15. The order was three non-veg and one veg burger.
As soon as Pathan bit into his burger, he complained of an infection in his throat and spat blood.
On Wednesday, the incident occurred at 3 pm but got mild, most superficial, after Pathan lodged a criticism towards the outlet and its employees with the Deccan Gymkhana police station on Sunday.
“When I bit into my burger, I felt a gash and pinch in my throat and spat blood. When I checked the burger, I determined portions of broken glass in it. When I approached the staff, a lady employee pulled out a chunk of glass in front of anybody. By that point, I became uneasy and started vomiting,” stated Pathan.
In his criticism, Pathan stated that the Quick Meals chain’s body of workers is chargeable for his accidents. Pathan claims that he spent Rs 35,000 for his treatment. Senior inspector Deepak Lagad of Deccan Gymkhana police station, who’s investigating the case, said, “We have checked the CCTV pictures of the incident, and it does prima facie seem that glass pieces had been found within the burger; however, the rely is beneath research.”
According to the police, Pathan is, to begin with, taken to Deendayal Hospital for treatment. On Thursday, he is taken to Sahyadri Hospital. Pathan is out of risk but remains unable to speak.
The Deccan police have lodged an FIR against the region supervisor, keep supervisor, save supervisor, and another team of workers participants under sections 337 (inflicting hurt by way of act endangering existence or personal safety of others) and 34 (an action performed without not unusual intention) of the Indian Penal Code.