Subway Sued Over Sandwich Length
Two men from New Jersey have sued Subway because they say the footlong sandwiches measure less than 12 inches.
If you're headed to Subway bring your appetite—and your ruler.
That's if you pay as close attention to the size of your sandwich as two New Jersey men, who are suing the fast food chain because they say the advertised footlong sub is just shy of 12 inches.
According to NBC 10, the lawsuit was filed this week. The plantiffs, John Farley of Evesham and Charles Noah Pendrack of Ocean City, said they measured 17 Subway footlong sandwiches and all were not quite 12 inches.
The NBC 10 report goes on to say the plantiffs are seeking compensatory damages and a change in Subway's practices.
Local Subway Restaurant Locations:
- Subway Restaurant, 3718 Bristol Pk.
- Subway Restaurant, 2376 Street Rd.
- Subway Restaurant, 668 Neshaminy Mall
- Subway Restaurant (Wal-Mart), 3461 Horizon Blvd.
Do you think Subway's footlong sub should actually measure 12 inches? Tell us why in the comments.