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Published:February 11th, 2017 22:01 EST
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Moron Sues Mexican Restaurant After Fall From Donkey Statue

By Robert Paul Reyes

"Kimberly Bonn`s lawsuit, filed Feb. 3 in a Lean County court, alleges the woman took a fall Aug. 31, 2015, while posing for a picture atop a popular life-sized donkey statue at El Jalisco in Tallahassee.

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The plaintiff`s lawyers allege El Jalisco `permitted and encouraged` climbing on the donkey statue for pictures, and the restaurant`s managers were negligent in failing to warn patrons about the dangers involved in climbing on the piece.

The suit alleges Bonn incurred bodily injury resulting in pain and suffering, disability, disfigurement, mental anguish, loss of capacity for the enjoyment of life, expense of hospitalization, medical and nursing care and treatment, loss of earning, loss of the ability to earn money and aggravation of previously existing condition."

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My thoughts:

I wouldn`t patronize a Mexican restaurant whose main claim to fame is its life-sized donkey statue.

However, if no other restaurant was open, I might dine there, but I wouldn`t make an ass of myself by climbing on top of the aforementioned donkey.

I wouldn`t ask a friend to take a photograph, thereby immortalizing my moment of ignominy.

Kimberly Bonn suffered a fractured spine, and is now disabled for life. She claims the injury aggravated a previously existing condition, what pray tell was that, stupiditis?

I wonder how many margaritas Kimberly consumed before climbing on top of the donkey? When an individual, inebriated or not, climbs on a statue he assumes the inherent risks of such a foolish venture.

Not to put too fine a point on it, but Kimberly is an ass, and she deserves a kick in the ass instead of a financial reward for her stupidity.

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