13 women file lawsuit against multiple companies after allegedly contracting incurable STD from janitor’s infected water bottles, company says

Thirteen women have filed a lawsuit against several companies after allegedly contracting an incurable sexually transmitted disease (STD) from a janitor’s infected water bottles. The companies named in the lawsuit are the janitor’s employer, a cleaning company, and two other companies that the janitor was contracted to work for.

The lawsuit states that the janitor was infected with the STD and was not aware of it. The lawsuit alleges that the janitor had been using the same water bottles for months, and that he would refill them from the tap, which was contaminated with the STD.

The women claim that they contracted the STD from drinking from the janitor’s water bottles. They allege that the companies named in the lawsuit failed to take adequate measures to protect their employees and customers from the risk of contracting the STD.

The companies have responded to the lawsuit, stating that they took all necessary measures to ensure the safety of their employees and customers. They deny any responsibility for the women’s alleged illnesses.

The lawsuit is still pending, and it is unclear what the outcome will be. However, the case serves as a reminder of the importance of taking proper safety precautions in the workplace. Employers must be aware of the risks associated with certain activities, and must take steps to protect their employees and customers from potential harm.