Subway Restaurant Criticized for ‘Poor Taste’ After Putting Titanic Joke on Sign

A Subway restaurant in the United States faced backlash for displaying a sign with a joke about the OceanGate Titan submarine. The submarine was on a mission to the Titanic wreck site in the Atlantic Ocean when it experienced a catastrophic issue, resulting in the death of all five passengers on board.

Despite the tragedy, the bosses of a Subway restaurant in Rincon, Georgia, thought it was appropriate to put up a sign that said, “Our subs don’t implode.” The sign received criticism from people who found it distasteful and insensitive considering the recent incident. Many took to social media to express their disapproval of Subway’s joke.

The store manager confirmed that the sign had been taken down and stated that no further comments would be provided. Subway’s spokesperson mentioned that they had contacted the franchise and made it clear that such comments have no place in their business.

The incident sparked a debate about the appropriateness of the joke and Subway’s actions. People expressed their disappointment and called for better judgment from the company. Some criticized Subway for making light of a tragic event in which lives were lost.

In response to the backlash, Subway acknowledged the issue and took action by removing the sign. However, the incident serves as a reminder that jokes about sensitive topics should be carefully considered, as they can cause distress and offend those directly affected by a tragedy.

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