The same attorney who filed a lawsuit against the Subway sandwich chain claiming some of the company's popular footlong sandwiches are shorter than advertised has filed a similar lawsuit against nearly all American men.
According to attorney Chiclet Dwyer, plaintiffs in the class action lawsuit include tens of millions of U.S. women. "Subway might have been caught shortchanging customers, but men have been doing that to women for hundreds of years," claimed Dwyer. "Guys will claim it's a footlong, but in actuality, it's probably more like a four-incher," Dwyer said. "That's false advertising."
"Genuine footlongs are very rare and we're demanding that men cease referring to them as such," said Dwyer. She added that the plaintiffs are asking for undisclosed monetary damages, as well as flowers and a nice piece of jewelry.