iirc, their defense was People like their coffee hotbut might not drink it till hours after purchaseNo. There was no comment about that (or I missed it). Only that the old lady wasn't the first to file a complaint about excessively hot coffee at McD's. Here is a scalding chart. At 195F your skin will scald almost instantly.http://www.accuratebuilding.com/images/services/charts/hot_w...This site says 140F will cause 3rd degree burns in 5 seconds. And in 1 second at 156F.http://www.burnfoundation.org/programs/resource.cfm?c=1&...Yeah, inherently dangerous.
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