Woman Sues Bar After Being Hit by Moose Head
A woman is suing a Lower East Side bar after she claims she was clocked in the head by a stuffed moose that fell from a wall.

Raina Kumra filed a lawsuit in State Supreme Court in Manhattan last week against the Scandinavian-themed White Slab Palace located at 77 Delancey Street.

Kumra claims on Oct. 4 she was minding her own business when the moose dislodged from the wall at 1 a.m. and fell on top of her.

The impact reportedly gave Kumra a concussion and caused her "chronic neck pain, anxiety, fatigue, dizziness and other serious and severe personal injuries," including "embarrassment," the suit says.

The lawsuit claims "the taxidermy moose head weighed approximately 150 pounds, with antlers spanning over three feet." Kumra claims she lost "overall health, strength and vitality been greatly impaired," since the accident.

The suit seeks an unspecified amount of monetary damages from the bar for "failing to ensure that the plaintiff and other patrons of the defendants would not be struck by the loosely affixed . . . moose head."

So far, the owners of the White Slab Palace have not commented on the incident.