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Jennifer Harughty brought a lawsuit against the Houston Astros after she claimed a T-shirt gun broke her finger. So reports Newsweek.

Harughty is asking for $1 million. Orbit, the team’s mascot, was handling the launcher. The lawsuit alleges Astros’ staff “were not properly trained to use the gun and failed to adopt adequate care when firing T-shirts into the crowd.”

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