Pop can bursts in child's backpack
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#1 Jan 27, 2007
My daughter had 2 cans of Pepsi Free in an overnight bag along with some clothes and her gameboy. When she reached her destination, she found the can had burst ripping from top to bottom spilled all over her items, ruining her gameboy. On contacting the company, they requested I return the can to them to investigate. Their findings ... the can had been punctured. There is noway the can could have been punctured as the gameboy is soft plastic and her clothing had neither buttons nor zippers on them (pajamas). The only time the bag was down, was to sit on the backseat of our car. All that aside, the can was ripped the full length, how on earth could a puncture cause that kind of rupture to occur? I am extremely distressed as this could have been a horrible accident, if my child had shoved her hand into the bag without looking, as is often the case, she would have seriously sliced her hand. By the way, she had a bleeding disorder called Von Willabrand Decease. I am extremely displeased with the response from Pepsi in this matter.
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