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Shake Shack, restaurateur Danny Meyer’s super-popular New York-based burger and hot dog chain, is finding itself in some hot water this week thanks to a woman who claims that she was knocked over by a dog at the Upper East Side location — and she’s suing for $2 million.
The suit, according to the New York Post, is being brought by Cindy Cirlin because the dog was leashed to one of the restaurant’s chairs. She’s claiming that Shake Shack "was negligent in its failure to protect [Cirlin] from the anticipated dangers of allowing dogs to be attached by leashes to its flimsy and unanchored chairs."
Shake Shack is known for being dog-friendly (they even offer dog biscuits at all their locations), but after this they might need to make some changes to their policy. There are currently 17 locations across the globe, and seven of them are in New York City, where the first one opened in Madison Square Park in 2004.
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