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Someone is suing Hamburger Mary’s for $1.5 million for alleged drag show disaster

A bad drag show can be a painful experience, but this is on a whole other level.

A woman who visited the Tampa, FL Hamburger Mary’s is suing the restaurant, alleging physical and emotional pain at the hands of a drag queen.

Hands is the wrong word, actually. Breasts is more accurate.

Neldin Molina writes in her complaint that she went out to dinner at Mary’s with friends and family on May 30, 2015, for a birthday celebration.

A drag queen who goes by Amanda D’Hod (or maybe not — Molina says she isn’t 100% on the name — was that a read?) allegedly started her performance by approaching Molina’s table, grabbing Molina’s head and wiggling “her breast against the Plaintiff’s face and head eight times.”

The wiggles turned to grabs, the grabs to shakes, and the shakes to pushes. Allegedly.

Molina says the chesty experience caused uncontrollable headaches and cervical pain, resulting in a trip to the emergency room at Memorial Hospital of Tampa.

She’s seeking payment for medical costs, as well as emotional and physical suffering, to the tune of $1.5 million.

“It’s not a good thing for anyone to go up to someone and perform that way,” Molina said. “There are a lot of people who have medical issues. I wasn’t aware that this was going to happen.”

The complaint also mentions that the Hamburger Mary’s location failed to warn guests of danger.