The Lawsuit Puzzle

The Lawsuit Riddle

Mr. Jones filed a lawsuit against the company he worked for. He claimed that the company he worked for was drugging him to make him a better worker.

He claimed that the coffee the company provided contained a drug called Trimethylxanthine. Trimethylxanthine is an addictive drug that increases alertness, improves concentration, and gives you a euphoric feeling.

It operates using the same mechanisms that amphetamines, cocaine, and heroin use to stimulate the brain only to a lesser degree. When the coffee was tested it was found that it did contain large amounts of Trimethylxanthine.

But, Mr. Jones did not win his lawsuit. Why?

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8 Responses

  1. Gagan says:

    because he couldnt have known what the company put in the coffee ? trimethylxanthine or cocaine
    this is the only thing i can think of

  2. Gagan says:

    because he couldnt have known what the company put in the coffee ? trimethylxanthine or cocaine
    this is the only thing i can think of

  3. goldriver says:

    Because Trimethylxanthine is naturally occurrung in coffe

  4. Anonymous says:

    Because Trimethylaxine is the chemical name for caffeine

  5. Pilot-Pooja says:

    He wanted to promote the drug by filling the lawsuit ..)

  6. Shashank says:

    what is the correct answer for this ????????????????????

  7. Anonymous says:

    caffeine is the correct answer.

    An easy look up.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caffeine

  8. Anonymous says:

    This is in addition to the caffeine answer, which sounds more logical to me- Because the company asked for PAYMET for the coffee, and it wasn’t actually free. You cannot claim lawsuit for something that you are willingly undergoing.

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