via Courthouse News Service

The morning crew of a Tulsa radio station claims they were poisoned by a managing cook of a Red Robin restaurant. The four-man crew says that as they held a lunchtime “business meeting” at the restaurant, the cook manager posted on a rival station’s Facebook page that they were eating there and asked “what he should do to plaintiffs’ food” – and they all came down with food poisoning by the next day

Garvey says he “immediately confronted the Premises manager about the incident,” and the manager told him “that the cook manager will be suspended indefinitely.”

The four members of the morning crew – Nathan Norris, Jacob Day, Bishan Jones and William Garvey – say they “held a business meeting” over lunch at the Red Robin on Kenosha Street in Tulsa on Nov. 3, 2010.

The morning crew says “Rand poisoned Plaintiff’s food” while working for Red Robin as a cook manager. They seek punitive damages for battery, negligence and vicarious liability.

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