Sylvia June Abbott, a resident of Florida, sues located in Biloxi, Mississippi, Beauvoir manor – the residence of the first and only President of the Confederate States of America Jefferson Davis.
About it writes on Sunday, may 14, the newspaper the Sun Herald.
Sylvia claims that walking freely on the territory of this tourist object camel named Sir Camelot attacked her and inflicted injuries – mental and physical
The article said that Abbott was diagnosed with fractures of the wrists, spine injury and numerous bite marks. Last week she filed a lawsuit in the district court of Harrison County against the operators of the company United Sons of Confederate Veterans Inc (USCV).
The plaintiff argues that the camel «has a criminal history» and committed acts of violence allegedly was known to the staff USCV.
Sir Camelot was brought to Beauvoir in 2014. Exotic name gave him a first birthday party nine year old boy – winner of one of the local competitions. Reserve staff claim that this animal is very loving, loves children, those responsible to him, and no «history of violence» for Camelot are not listed.
However, the sin of one camel they recognized – he loves coffee and carbonated soft drink with caffeine Dr Pepper company.