Wendy's Finger

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

A woman who lost part of her finger to a leopard in Nevada thinks it somehow ended up in a bowl of chili in a California Wendy's.

Her lawyer says Sandy Allman wants to participate in any DNA test on the finger. The lawyer says Allman last saw her digit packed in ice in a Las Vegas emergency room. Doctors had told her it couldn't be reattached.

The hospital says it can't account for the three-quarter-inch fingertip.

Las Vegas resident Anna Ayala claimed she found an inch and a-half fingertip in her chili about a month after the leopard attack.

Allman's lawyer says there's "absolutely no connection" between the two women.

San Jose police plan a DNA test to identify the finger's rightful owner.

Court records show Ayala has a history of making claims against corporations.

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