Meet Rebecca Dunn of Owensboro, Kentucky. Rebecca and her husband Curtain attended Cincinnati's 23-20 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers when two drunk men sitting behind the couple fell on her, causing "catastrophic injuries". So the couple is doing what most people do when being fallen on by drunk men at a football game. Suing the Bengals, Hamilton County and the beer vendor because according to the suit, Aramark -- the alcohol supplier -- knew that the men were "noticeably intoxicated". Let's not sue the drunkards who actually caused the accident or anything.
The Dunns were sitting in front of the two men when they fell on Rebecca Dunn who suffered what the suit termed "catastrophic injuries" that included a broken nose, a broken left index finger, had a cap knocked from a tooth, a "bruised femur, a jammed toe and many other strains and sprains." Because of those injuries, the suit adds, she had to undergo nose surgery that left a scar, had "great pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, and both temporary and permanent disability."
According to the Enquirer, the suit also includes a pair of broken $700 glasses, a hotel room because "the garage where the Dunns parked their car was closed by the time they arrived after the game, so they had to rent a Downtown hotel room until the garage opened the next day."
The suit is seeking "unspecified financial damages" as well as punitive damages. No one name in the suit could be reached for comment.