Berry cited breach of contract and fraudulent misrepresentation and walked out with an undisclosed sum of money in her pockets. David Noll, her attorney, was quoted on saying that the amount of money the woman received would allow Jodee to “pick out whatever type of Toyota she wants.”
@HSA, everyone liked that
The Yoda may be worth more than the Toyota now
No one wants this job. It's done purely to earn a living and yes, some may enjoy it but for most it's to actually be able to afford to live. An incentive was offered and they didn't follow through. Its no less of a dick move than if it was done to someone in a more 'respected' job
Mmmmm! Funny Joke!
On a different subject she seems to have a rather small bust for a hooters girl
@G1ngerB0y, don't most Hooters girls have small busts? My wife said they do.
@mas2de, tbh I have never set foot in a hooters and probably never will but from everything I have seen and heard they are mostly all bustier and from my understanding its pretty much a requirement at some locations
@G1ngerB0y, That used to be true but nowadays it doesn't matter. They've had to become more family friendly since the sjw's control over the masses. Also, the foods actually pretty good so of you get a chance it's worth stoping by.
This is old and I think about it a lot. I think she won LOL
She looks like she got into a fight before hand
I see this as an absolute win
This is like that recent news article I saw where GameSpot employees could win a dance off for the chance to win... more work hours.
Similar thing happened with a radio station offering a prize of "One hundred grand". The award was the candy bar with the same name.
Yeah I’m guessing unless she signed something that said she’d win a new “Toyota” she can suck a fat one
@Natural Sarcasm , Nope; Sharty got PAID. Verbal-contract states exist, so heads up players
@Birrnt2AChrisP, she sued for breach of contract but they settled out of court. She would have probably lost but because it went viral Hooters, a nationally recognized brand, probably figured they would lose more money in publicity if they started punching down. So no a breach in contract would be a loose argument unless there were witnesses present to the managers claiming out loud that they meant a car, which isn’t something that was specified
A made a joke like this when I was a small child. It might have been my first joke
I remember this case. It’s too funny.