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Chili scam couple get the finger

Couple sentenced in Wendy's chili finger scam.

>> A California couple who planted a severed finger in a bowl of Wendy's chili to extort money from the food chain were sentenced to prison terms of nine and 12 years. Anna Ayala, 40, who claimed she bit into the finger last March, got a nine-year sentence, while her husband, Jamie Plascencia, 44, was sentenced to 12 years. <<

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i guess

its the fickle finger of fate

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Wonder if she told the judge "Sock it to me!"

I still remember one of those silly lines, by Judy Carnes I believe:
"It may be Japanese wine to you, but it's saki to me!" <glug, glug>

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