updated - June 1, 2020 Monday EDT
Subway restaurants are in for some serious damage control, after two employees posted lewd photos of themselves and Subway food. One man posted a photo on Instagram of his penis on bread that was about to go in the oven, while another urinated in a juice bottle and then froze the contents.
An employee, whose identity has not been publically released, at a Subway fast food chain in Columbus, Ohio, posted a picture of himself resting his penis on the restaurant's sandwich bread to Instagram, the Huffington Post reported.
"My name is @ianjett and I will be your sandwich artist today," read a caption that accompanied the not-suitable-for-work picture that appeared on Jett's feed.
Huffington Post reached out to @ianjett and asked for an explanation for his behavior.
"I would never do that at work -- it was at home," Jett told the Huffington Post. "This isn't something I'd ever do at Subway. It was totally a joke."
And if seeing a man's penis on top of a foot-long bread that will be soon eaten by an unsuspecting paying customer, Subway is facing yet another PR nightmare. A second employee at the same Subway also posted a picture of what he purported to be his own frozen urine.
"Today at I work I froze my pee," Cameron Boggs wrote beneath the picture of a frosted-over water bottle half-filled with a yellow-looking frozen liquid.
"This isolated incident is not representative of Subway Sandwich Artists," the company said in a statement to the Daily News. "These actions are not tolerated and the franchisee took immediate action to terminate the two employees involved."
Both men have been fired over the incident, the New York Daily News reports.
The two men might still have their jobs preparing sandwiches if not for anonymous tipster who spotted the photos and alerted the media.
"I saw the frozen piss picture and thought, 'What is this guy doing?'" the tipster told Huffpost Weird News. "Then came the penis picture. They're stupid enough for doing this in the first place, but then to post it to the world? It was a dumb move."
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