Red Bull says it gives you wings.
It doesn’t, so Canadian Michael Attar sued the company for making false declarations – and won.
Red Bull must now pay almost R10 million in a settlement.
Canadians who can prove they bought Red Bull between 1 January 2007 and 23 July 2019 will each get about R115 ($10 CAD).
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