“Legally, the question of whether the spiciness of the kebab sauce constituted ‘normal’ or grievous bodily harm must be addressed.” — a spokesperson for the Berlin police, regarding the investigation of an assault by chili sauce at a Bremen train station kabob stand. Apparently, the stand's proprietor got into an argument with a customer over napkins and ended up tossing some sauce in his face. The charges hinge on how much damage the sauce can do. (from Reuters, Oct. 16, 2009)

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