11 Jun '15, 4pm
Florida man gets second-degree burns after making margaritas in the sun
,” the condition leaves second-degree burns, including extreme blistering and redness, on any area of the skin where the lime juice had been. So, here’s how it happened: Peers and his bride-to-be Alyse Golden were hanging out in the backyard, and Peers juiced some limes for fresh margaritas. Lime juice got on his hands, his wrists, and perhaps a little bit dribbled down his forearm as well. Maybe he toweled it off, or maybe he didn’t. You’re about to have a margarita, so a little juice on your hands in the least of your worries, right?