Nothing like a buttery bowl of popcorn and a movie, right? This is no longer the case for Wayne Watson from Denver, who developed a lung disease similar to bronchitis after inhaling the fumes from his microwavable bag of popcorn he had eaten regularly. Wayne Watson settled with Gilster-Mary Lee Corp., The Kroger Co. and Dillon Companies Inc. for $7.2 million dollars for the damages to his lungs caused by the toxic buttery smell. He won the lawsuit based on non-existent warning labels for diacetyl, an ingredient found in popcorn that gives the snack flavor. Diacetyl, is linked with certain health conditions and is found in popcorn, margarine, and many baked goods. It is even sometimes used to for bug repellent, good thing we are eating it.