A locksmith was eventually called, and Brooner was able to leave the restroom.
In the lawsuit filed this week, Brooner said that workers gave him a bandage and some ointment for his cut and offered the man a lifetime supply of Burger King meals at no cost in settlement for his predicament.
But shortly afterward, the company said it was not going to honor the agreement, KOIN reported. A regional manager said no to the deal, KATU reported.
Brooner in the suit said he wants Burger King to either give him the free food, or pay Brooner $9,026.16, the cost of the Burger King Whopper Meal every week if Brooner would live to 72 years old. If Burger King says no to either the meals or the money, Brooner said he wants the company to pay for his injury that will not exceed the $9026.16 amount, KOIN reported.