It hasn’t been the best year for Subway. We’re not even talking about all the “unpleasantness” with Jared Fogle either, but issues that keep popping up at franchise locations.
As we reported earlier today, some poor bastard in Oregon recently found a rat in his Subway sandwich (is that what they mean by “double meat’?), and now it appears that a woman in Alaska went into a drug-fueled rage and essentially destroyed a Subway location in Anchorage. Here’s what one of the responding officers had to say about the matter to the local news station:
Apparently, what was fueling the woman’s rage in this case was not finding a rodent in her footlong Steak and Cheese, but the fact that she was high on a drug called K2, a synthetic marijuana also known as “spice.” According the responding officer, she did a “significant amount of damage,” as you can see above, and that it would take a lot of time to fix up the store. As if the destruction wasn’t already bad enough, an employee also reported finding fecal matter on the floor afterwards. And to think that Anchorage was the site of Alaska’s first Subway location. Do synthetic marijuana-using crazy people have no shame?
The moral as always, kids: say no to spice (a drug we literally just learned existed). And maybe, at this point, be weary of Subway, too.
[via The Daily News]