Last Week Tonight with John Oliver has thrown critical jabs at many firms that weren’t maintaining with a coverage or just have been caught in wrongdoing, this time it occurred to Subway, the sandwich firm.

The largest restaurant chain in the United States is in a PR nightmare with its franchisees after Oliver uncovered how they have been treating them and rigging the sport towards them in keeping with the anchor.

He took it subsequent stage

“For many years, franchisees have complained about Subway permitting areas to open close to one another and cannibalizing their enterprise,” he continued “A Subway may open proper subsequent to yours and minimize your gross sales in half. And none of this actually impacts Subway company. They nonetheless get their royalty charges on any sale, plus a $15,000 franchise charge for each new retailer that is opened. That is why these shops are f***ing in every single place.”

Subway fights again

The firm issued an announcement the place they responded to the English anchor by way of social media, the message was aimed on the franchisees “We are upset {that a} latest episode of Last Week Tonight with John Oliver inaccurately characterised Subway and the assist we offer to our franchisees.”

He confirmed a tray of sandwiches on air

The Englishman additionally poked enjoyable at its odor and sandwich consistency “This total studio is about to odor like a Subway, which, as everyone knows is the precise odor of “What if bread may fart?'”

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