Two Men Sue Over Short Subs

Following the revelation that many Subway Footlongs aren’t actually the advertised 12 inches, a couple of New Jersey guys filed a lawsuit, says The Philadelphia Inquirer. And others may want in…

It may be just a half inch to an inch, but Burlington County Attorney Stephen DeNittis says that’s about 45 cents a sandwich that Subway owes customers.

In addition to sending a private investigator to 14 locations throughout New Jersey, DeNittis said a customer in Philadelphia wants to sue in Pennsylvania after he had been shorted.

Don’t give an inch, and customers may take a mile anyway.

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