Skip to comments.Finger-in-Chili Woman Banned From Wendy's
Posted on 03/12/2010 3:39:14 PM PST by Baladas
March 11) -- Anna Ayala will not be dining at a Wendy's restaurant anytime soon.
The woman who gained infamy in 2005 when she planted a severed finger in a bowl of Wendy's chili is out of prison. One of the conditions of her probation is that she never set foot in the fast-food chain again.
In her first interview since her release, Ayala admitted to CBS affiliate KPIX-TV that she had cooked the finger in a bowl of chili and later transferred it into a Wendy's container.
"I cooked it," she told KPIX.
Ayala said that, following a Wendy's recipe, she made the chili at her home in Las Vegas, froze it for several months, and eventually drove to a Wendy's restaurant in San Jose, Calif., where she pretended to find the finger in her meal.
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Wasn’t there a Western film with a similar story line?
Rossiter later testified in court that he lost the finger in a work accident and gave it to Ayala's husband to settle a $100 bet.
LOL... you just can't make this stuff up.
Finger lickin’ good.
after the big earthquake down there, I wouldn’t want to set foot in Chili, much less a finger. Wendy should be happy she is banned from there.
"You want a toe? I can get you a toe, believe me. There are ways, Dude. You don't wanna know about it, believe me."
Yeah, I wonder what Wendy thinks of all this.
Wendy's claims they lost 21 million dollars from the bad publicity and many franchise owners were hurt badly.
Ayala was released from prison nearly a year ago after serving four years of a nine-year sentence.
I wonder how many years she would have gotten if she stole 21 million from Wendy's
Probably a lot more than the four years she cooled her heels on the tax payer dime
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