Why I find this story hard to believe is because of the current state of the country - people try to pull these stunts on businesses (especially big ones) to get money out of them. This man could have easily stuck the knife inside the bread crust; it's not that difficult to do and if he sounds convincing enough, he might get his way.I don't. Young people goofing around, working high/drunk, or just making an exit on their last day of work. I knew a guy who delivers pizzas who said he wants to put magic mushrooms in some random person's deluxe pizza before he quits.
Could be who knows .... My son worked for a fast food place and he told me a few things that go on and some of these young people are really wicked. so I would not discredit anything.I think it's just a scam to bilk Subway out of money--like people who fake an injury to get money.
I agree Who. That's why this story is to fishy to me. Unless he got a footlong, then MAYBE it could happen. But its hard to believe. These days, I take everything anyone says like a grain of salt.I don’t know about NY, but here in Minnesota, the Subway shops always cut the sandwiches in half right before they wrap them up. That would make one foot long into two 6” sandwiches. The knife had a 7” blade. Even in a foot long, a 7” blade would have a handle. It would be awful tricky to hide something like that in a piece of bread and not hit it when they cut it lengthwise to make the sandwich.
I think the guy planted it and wants some money.
If he only would have planted a small paring knife.
I don’t think the Subway shops even have a need for a knife with a 7” blade and probably don’t have any in the store.