Woman Won't Sue

Woman who claims she found finger in chili won't sue

Wendy's The woman who says she found a finger in her bowl of chili at a Wendy's restaurant has reportedly decided not to sue the fast-food chain. Anna Ayala's attorney tells the San Jose Mercury News she's dropping her claim because it's caused her "great emotional distress."

Last week investigators searched Ayala's Las Vegas home as part of their investigation into how a finger ended up in the chili. Wendy's spokesman Denny Lynch isn't commenting on Ayala's decision to drop the lawsuit but says a reward hotline to receive tips will remain open.

Wendy's has offered a 50-thousand reward for information that will help them determine where the finger came from.