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Gourmet treat contains dead father's leg

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HOUSTON (Reuters) - An Alaska woman, shocked to receive part of her dead father's leg in the mail instead of the gourmet "LobsterGram" she was hoping for, has filed a lawsuit against the Houston firm that sent it, alleging mental anguish, people involved in the case say.

LaMara Lane wants one million dollars (610,000 pounds) for breach of contract and the mental anguish that beset her after opening what she thought was a food gift delivered to her home in the Alaskan town of North Pole, according to the lawsuit filed in federal court.

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"We have a court order that says send it to this place and this woman,"

They say that as though it's standard practice, mailing body parts through people's letterboxes.

What a bizarre case.


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