Starbucks may be in hot water.
The coffee giant is being sued by a customer who claims that an order of tea was "unreasonably hot, in containers which were not safe," resulting in second-degree burns and "great physical pain and mental anguish."
The customer, Zeynep Inanli, purchased the tea from the company's 685 Third Avenue location and is seeking unspecified damages
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