http://www.foxnews.com/leisure/2016...tenced-to-6-years-for-switching-curry-recipe/ Don't let the headline fool you, altered ingredients led to a person's death. Having to be responsible for overt advertising and fraud is still A-OK and perfectly acceptable since even the article tries to spin it as "negligence" to swap ingredients without bothering to update the damn menu. People are supposed to be in a society where they're mindful of and ethical toward others... and if the owner really had a lack of compassion, what sort of psychosis or sociopathy is going on? 6 years is too lenient given a multitude of factors, the least of which being death since food allergies are not a conspiracy cooked up by liberals. Run a restaurant? Take some responsibility or get out before lives are hurt, which - in that type of service - knowing what the business involves is not a trivial matter. Why not hire a doctor who just graduated with a 1-year certificate in accounting and/or basket weaving that wouldn't know the first thing about the job having to be done? Good grief.