Come to Panera for the charged lemonade, stay because you’re dead — that’s the lesson yet another patron learned the hard way, becoming the second person to allegedly die thanks to the fast-casual chain’s Charged Lemonade.

The fast food giant was hit with a second lawsuit this week after the family of 46-year-old Dennis Brown said his death last September was linked to the popular, highly caffeinated beverage.

According to the filing, Brown, a Panera regular who lived with several ailments, including a mild intellectual disability and developmental delay, died after suffering a Cardiac event while walking home from the restaurant, where he had allegedly consumed three Charged Lemonades.

The suit comes weeks after the family of 21-year-old Sarah Katz sued the company for similar reasons, alleging the “dangerous energy drink” played a role in her untimely death.

Naturally, Panera brushed off the situation, denouncing them as meritless.

“We view this lawsuit, which was filed by the same law firm as a previous claim, to be equally without merit. Panera stands firmly by the safety of our products,” the company said, per CNN.

So take it from these compounding lawsuits — and the corporation’s apathy — we should probably just stick to Red Bull until Panera gets its act together.