Grocery store allegedly mislabels beef penis, gets sued
A grocery store in Austin and some of its employees are being sued for allegedly improperly labeling and selling beef penis for human consumption.
The civil suit states the grocery store sold “non-inspected, adulterated and misbranded beef pizzle (penis) as human food.”
The suit also says the supermarket “labeled inedible beef, not intended for use as human food and repackaged the pizzle in consumer size packages, then labeled the pizzle as human food.”
The suit is seeking $5,000 in damages.