At least that’s what a liberal would say.

Woman sues restaurant for “Fried Rice Syndrome.”

She should just have stuck with “European” dishes and not eaten foods that don’t belong to her culture.

A Texas woman has filed a $1mllion lawsuit against a local buffet restaurant, claiming that she got ‘Fried Rice Syndrome’ after eating at the spot.

Germaine Mobley, 62, had gone to eat at the Asian King Buffett in Waxahachie, Texas, in 2016.

Mobley had been a repeat customer at the eatery and was there with a friend for her meal at the time.

The woman ‘purchased and consumed fried rice’ according to court documents obtained by KHOU-11.

‘Everything tasted fine,’ she said. ‘After we ate, I started not feeling well on the drive home.’

The Corsicana, Texas, native said that her health quickly deteriorated when she got home.

She said: ‘I just started vomiting. The next morning, I was having problems breathing, so my husband called an ambulance.’

Court documents state that ‘as a result of consuming the fried rice in question, Mobley ingested Bacillus cereus.’

Bacillus cereus is a bacteria that produces toxins and is common in food that has sat out at room temperature for extended periods of time.

It is commonly found in fried rice, with the Food and Drug Administration citing that as the cause of ‘Fried Rice Syndrome.’

Symptoms of the syndrome include cramps, vomiting and diarrhea.

They tend to last for 24 hours according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Mobley, however, claims that she was in the ICU for 8 days and needed a ventilator for two of those days. She had choked on her own vomit while wearing an oxygen mask.

‘Fried Rice Syndrome sounds like a joke, but it’s very serious,’ Mobley’s attorney Kathryn Knotts asserted.

‘They (Asian King) didn’t maintain the food at the proper temperature or kept it out for a long period of time.’

The woman shared that she was unable to walk for a week and once she left the hospital, she was forced to undergo three months of rehab.

Mobley shared that she did have health complications prior to eating the rice.

She added that that probably added to her condition.

‘You just never dream that you would go out to eat and get that ill,’ Mobley added.

‘Now, I would not eat rice off a buffet…anywhere.’

The restaurant has denied any wrongdoing and has demanded proof.

For the woman, it’s imperative that people learn about the bacteria.

‘You’re taking the chance at getting very ill when you’re eating at a rice buffet,’ Mobley said. ‘You could be the next person.’

This entry was posted in Misc. Bookmark the permalink.


  1. Deplorable B Woodman says:

    He said, she said. Bring me proof, either way. Was the food maintained at the proper temperature at the serving table? Was any remainder replaced (not added to) with freshly prepared food after “x” number of hours?

  2. Leonard Jones says:

    I am always very skeptical of stories involving food poisoning. In almost
    every case, they automatically assume it was the last thing they ate
    before they showed symptoms that were blamed. She could have
    eaten some undercooked chicken the night before. And what the
    hell is “fried rice syndrome?”

  3. bogsidebunny says:

    I ate some Chink food once and after about an hour I projectile shit so powerfully I blew the standing toilet water 150 yards back into the septic tank and the lit flew 10 feet into the air. My neighbor thought it was a volcanic eruption till he figured out lava wasn’t normally brown. Now I take 2 Imodium before hitting the slant-eyed palace.

  4. Call me Infidel says:

    Flied Lice?

  5. Leonard Jones says:

    Infidel, I thought about bringing up this classic joke in my earlier post. A white
    guy goes into a Chinese restaurant and taunts the owner by ordering flied
    lice. The owner replied, It’s not flied lice, its fried rice you flucking plick!

Comments are closed.