But where did SHE get it???
Curiouser and curiouser...
people are so bizarre....
My question is how the heck did she get the finger from her dead aunt (if this newest rumor is true)? At the funeral, did she just chop off the finger? Seems odd that some one is missing a finger and no one has yet claimed it. Although it would be difficult for a dead person to claim it.
She got fingered by her dead aunt.
She evidently has a history of being litigious.
I wish a human body part would show up in my dinner somewhere that was part of a big chain.
I'm not the litigious type but I'd be a rich mofo after that I can tell you.
The finger came from a construction worker in Las Vegas.
Some off-the-wall quotes from
Shouey said her son was desperate for cash when he gave his finger away.
"He had a money problem. He owed $50 to this character, James," Shouey said.
Shouey said she learned of her son's involvement only Monday night when he alarmed her by calling to say: "Mom, do you know what's happened?"
"The last time he said something like that to me was 9/11,'' Shouey said.
Rossiter hadn't even told his father, James Rossiter, who lives in Florida and is divorced.
"Oh, my God!" the father said when contacted by The Chronicle, saying he never imagined that his son's severed digit was the Wendy's finger.
He said he knew his son had suffered a finger injury but had not been in touch with him in the months after the accident.
"That is pretty wild,'' he added.
"My son is a happy-go-lucky guy. He thought it was cute to show" the severed finger, Shouey said. "It's like a man thing. If a woman had her finger severed, she would never show it to anyone. But he would show it to the girls in the office if they asked."
Office supervisors at the Lamb paving firm chuckled at the media attention on Tuesday, each raising both hands to show all 10 digits to reporters.
"I know he smashed his hand in one of the construction vehicles,'' Dan Gelzaines said. "He showed it to me. It looked like this," Gelzaines said, lifting his hand to show an index finger missing its tip from his own carpentry accident.
"I'm surprised someone would go to that extreme to get money,'' said trailer park manager Terri Richey, ...
"But people are funny. They'll do anything. This is Vegas, after all.''
Go figure a finger fiasco foolishly fronted by the faithless fickle finger of fate.
I found meat in my turkey last night.