Starbucks Getting Sued For Putting Too Much Ice In A Drink

Have you ever felt like your favorite coffee place is undercutting you on the drinks by putting in too much ice? Well, someone felt that way about Starbucks and decided to sue them for it.

While it might sound a bit outlandish to sue a company for having too much ice, it seems the person suing Starbucks believes that the coffee chain is taking advantage of paying customer by putting more ice instead of the actual coffee itself.

Here’s ABC News reporting on the lawsuit:

Would you sue Starbucks for putting too much ice in your drinks? Let us know in the comments!

Source: ABC News (YouTube)

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