Sunday, October 6, 2013

MAN LOSES MEMORY SLEEPING ON MEMORY FOAM MATTRESS

FAMILY OF MAN WHO LOST HIS MEMORY AFTER SLEEPING ON A MEMORY FOAM MATTRESS PLANS TO SUE.  MATTRESS HAS BEEN SEIZED BY SHERIFF'S OFFICE AS EVIDENCE.

BRIDGEPORT, Mn.


Mitch Wallace can't remember anything
after sleeping on a memory foam mattress.
Members of a Bridgeport family have had nothing but sleepless nights since their brother woke up last Thursday without any memories.  After a short investigation, it was discovered that he had slept on a new memory foam mattress and somehow his memory had been drawn from him. 
Mitch Wallace, 40, a trampoline designer and inspector from Bridgeport bragged to his neighbors last Wednesday that he had just bought a new memory foam mattress.  On Thursday morning he didn't even know who his neighbors were. 

In one of the most mysterious cases of amnesia to date, this case is very troubling to local authorities on many fronts.  Sheriff Holden Butts had his deputies confiscate the white harmless looking mattress along with the pillows just in case what some were saying was true. 

Trixy Love, owner of the Dream Sleeper
Mattress Barn shown here on one of her
best selling mattresses.
The Dream Sleeper Mattress Barn of Bridgeport stands by its memory foam mattress, saying the accusations are ridiculous.  As for Mitch, who graduated 15th in his class, his wife says he can't even remember where her "meow" is.  She plans to sue for alienation of affection.
Mean while Mayor Ben Dover told CHANNEL 1 NEWS, "I've got friends that work at the Dream Sleeper Mattress Barn, so I can't take sides, but I've know Trixy Love the owner and she knows her mattresses."
Wallace will be kept in a special wing of the hospital until it can be determined he is not a risk to himself or others.  The mattress has been placed on the floor at the county jail.  CHANNEL 1 NEWS will follow this story and report any updates.


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