Subway cheese conspiracy

Written By: - Date published: 10:46 am, September 21st, 2007 - 1 comment
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Some of you might remember an incident at Subway in Dunedin earlier this year. A young woman who worked there was fired in after management accused her of stealing a free staff drink after she shared it with her friend. They had her arrested and charged with theft. The news traveled widely, there was a protest and even a bloggers’ boycott of Subway. Thankfully, in the end, the police decided not to prosecute.

So no more drink-sharing. But now it looks like humour is off the Subway menu too.

One comment on “Subway cheese conspiracy”

  1. LFC 1

    That’s interesting, when my mate worked for subway they were given instructions on how many olive slices (by number!) were to go on an order. It’s tough being a fastfood giant…

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