On today’s show we reported on the young lad who went for a job at B&Q much to his father’s surprise!
Dad Azzy Akhtar had actually nipped out to his local B&Q store to buy a washing line but decided to take his young family along for the ride.
Whilst his back was turned his 4-year old son, Jacob, decided to check out the display of loos.
Well actually as it turns out he decided to do more than check out the display, but used one for real with one massive poo!
You can’t help feeling sorry for dad, Azzy who had to fish out the offending offering, freely supplied by his son, and make amends to the staff.
Explaining to Jacob later that the toilet he used was not a real one, Jacob promptly blamed his 3-year old sister Frankie for telling him that it was OK for him to use it.
Well let that be a lesson to you.
Later in the show we looked at the case of a woman who is suing a company for serving her alcohol at a bar following a concert she’d attended.
Her claim is that since it must have been obvious to bar staff that she’d already had more than a few libations, that they must share liability for the accident she had on her way home.
And boy this was some accident as she managed to crash her Ford Fusion car into a house at 450 Woodman Avenue in London, Ontario, and in so doing severed a gas line which exploded 15 minutes later, blowing up the the house and setting fire to another 4 houses, at a cost of £8m.
In addition 7 people were injured in the conflagration and 2 firefighters suffered “life-altering injuries”.
26- year old Daniella Leis and her father Shawn are currently facing 6 lawsuits in relation to the explosion but Daniella believes that the company that sold her the alcoholic beverages must share liability for these law suits and any resultant awards for damages.
She is also accusing the bar of contravening the Occupiers’ Liability Act or Liquor Licence Act, and of ‘putting profit above safety’, claiming that they failed to provide properly trained bouncers at the exits to monitor the state of intoxication of those leaving the venue.
Back in 2021, Daniella herself pleaded guilty to four counts of impaired driving and was sentenced to three years in prison, along with a three year driving ban.
In his ruling the judge said that she knew she would be driving an hour away from her home to a concert where she would be drinking alcohol and that she ‘made the decision to drive when she had known full well that she was in no condition to do so’.
She was in fact two and a half times above the legal limit when she drove.
Well good luck with that then!
I’m not planning on stopping for a drink on the way home so hope to have your company again tomorrow,