The plaintiff bought a bottle of Coca-Cola from a retailer; it was opened in his presence and he drank it at once. The bottle contained decomposed parts of a mouse or rat, and the plaintiff became violently ill after drinking the Coca-Cola. In an action against the manufacturer, held, that there was an absolute warranty of fitness for human consumption, and that the manufacturer was liable for the results of any impurities, regardless of whether or not he was negligent. Coca-Cola Bottling Works v. Simpson (Miss. 1930) 130 So. 479.