So, I recently purchased a "Weight Watchers Smart Ones Thin Crust Cheese Pizza" (I guess it's supposed to be healthy, I just like how the pizza tastes) and one day when I went to heat one up, I realized that there wasn't anything in the box. Nothing. It's just a sealed, empty box. How this made it out of the factory amazes me, even more so than how it managed to slip past everyone at the grocery store.
My question is, do you think I have a viable lawsuit on my hands? Americans take Pizza very seriously, as they should, and you can imagine the sheer devastation that comes from an empty pizza box when you are hungry. Am I entitled to some compensation here? If not money, then certainly free pizzas at least, right? Should I take this to the grocery store, or call the manufacturer directly?