❄️ Houston Mama Discovers No ‘Chill’ in Louisiana Arby’s Freezer Tragedy 😰

In an icy turn of events, a woman from Houston found herself trapped in a Louisiana Arby’s walk-in freezer and was, unfortunately, discovered lifeless by her son. The family is now roasting the restaurant in court, claiming that Arby’s knew the freezer handle was broken for months. Chill, right? β„οΈπŸ˜¬

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In a chilling narrative that even Hollywood would hesitate to script, a woman named Nguyet Le from the warm city of Houston experienced a frigid demise in a walk-in freezer at an Arby’s restaurant in Louisiana. Picture the horror of the frozen scene: her son making the bone-chilling discovery. Talk about a grim ice-breaker! πŸ™€β„οΈ

Nguyet Le, a 63-year-old lady with a heart as warm as a hot sandwich, met her unfortunate end on the 11th of May. But here’s the real meat of the story: her death is now wrapped up in a lawsuit more layered than a meaty Arby’s sandwich. What’s the beef? Well, her family alleges that Arby’s had known about the broken freezer handle for months. Did someone say, cold-hearted? πŸ₯Ά

According to the legal papers, Le had temporarily left the cozy Houston life to join her son in New Iberia, Louisiana. Once the manager of an Arby’s in Houston, she was moved by the store owner to assist the Louisiana location. A four-week gig turned into a six-week stint. Now that’s what we call a ‘frosty’ reception to a new job! πŸ˜–β„οΈ

On the ill-fated morning of May 11, Le walked into the Arby’s to set the stage for another day of fast food service. After entering the store’s walk-in freezer, the door reportedly swung shut behind her and locked. We wouldn’t wish that kind of ‘brain freeze’ on anyone. 🧊😒

The lawsuit, which is now heating up faster than an Arby’s oven, states that the store owners knew the freezer door was busted since last year. Paul Skrabanek, the family’s legal counsel, has confirmed this frosty allegation. It’s like watching a legal snowball fight, isn’t it? πŸŒ¨οΈβš–οΈ

Given the seriousness of the situation, let’s put the humor on ice for a second. This is a real tragedy that has affected a family. The fact that Le was helping out in another state makes it even more heartbreaking. No one expects to clock in for a shift and wind up in a situation as cold and irreversible as this one. πŸ˜”πŸ’”

Still, we can’t help but wonder: How can a broken freezer door go unnoticed for months in a fast food restaurant? If the allegations are true, is this a case of a company putting profit over safety? Or was it a terrible oversight that led to an unfortunate accident? And will this incident prompt fast food chains to put a little more heart into ensuring employee safety?

What do you think, readers? Are fast food chains as chill as they appear or is there more going on beneath the surface? We’re all ears. Drop your thoughts in the comment section below and let’s get this discussion hotter than a spicy slider! πŸ”₯πŸ”