A man died tragically during a burrito-eating contest in the central valley of California. Now, his son wants everyone in the organization that organizes it to pay in full.
Marshall Hutchings Is suing Fresno Sports and Events-the company that owns the Fresno Grizzlies minor league baseball team-as early as 2019 at Chukchansi Park for hosting what he called an intrinsically dangerous amateur taco eating competition… during which his father died Up.
In the documents obtained by TMZ, Hutchings claimed to be the father, DanaWithout being warned or told about the risks involved in swallowing as many gworms as possible in a short period of time…so began to stuff “chewed and unchewed” taco residues.
Hutchings said people tried to save him with CPR and a defibrillator while medical staff rushed to Dana to the hospital. He is said to be dead.
Hutchings asserted that FS&E will not hold such events with novices-because he said that professional food and diet is a serious matter and requires preparation and training from participants… insisting that ordinary people are not capable of safely participating in the competition. To make a long story short, Hutchings claimed that the incident was too dangerous and the company did not take appropriate measures to run it-ultimately resulting in the loss of life.
Hutchings sued for improper death and asked the judge to award him heavy losses. Fresno Sports did not comment on this.