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When I read that Maurizio Antoninetti (a serial filer of Americans With Disabilities Act claims) had sued a Mexican fast food chain for denying him "the Chipotle experience," my first thought was, "why the Hell would anyone want to undergo "the Chipotle experience" a second time?

But then, when I think of "the Chipotle experience," I associate it with this not-safe-for-work bit of humor:

Of course Antoninetti didn't actually want to feel "the Chipotle experience" even once.  As pointed out at the link, Antoninetti has sued at least 20 restaurants to which he never returned after receiving his ADA payout.

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3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. yoshi  •  Aug 3, 2010 @12:45 pm

    McDonalds, KFC, Taco Bell, and Burger King I can understand – but Chipotle? If you are going to bitch about restaurant chain that consistently provides high quality food while maintaining high standards from its suppliers – one wonders where you eat…. The snobbery! It burns!

  2. Patrick  •  Aug 3, 2010 @12:47 pm

    No, that isn't what burns, Yoshi.

    Nudge, nudge, know what I mean? A nod's as good as a wink to a blind bat, eh, squire?

  3. Bob  •  Aug 3, 2010 @1:05 pm

    You know I'm not sure where I stand on the folks doing this and their lawyers. On the one hand, it's kinda scummy to make a living suing people over something that never actually effected you, on the other hand, this is the mechanism that the law set up to handle these sorts of violations.. so really the guy's just a government contractor right?