A customer who slipped on a grape while shopping in an Asda store in Peterborough has been awarded £10,500 in damages, reports the Telegraph. Asda was also ordered by the court to pay £18,000 in legal costs.
The Telegraph also reports on a similar case involving a teacher, who slipped on a grape that had been left in a school stairwell. In this case, the teacher was awarded £200,000 in damages, as the slip aggravated an existing injury and left him unable to continue working.
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