A US Subway restaurant faced criticism for its outdoor sign mocking the OceanGate Titan submarine.
It turns out that there’s still more to learn about this ridiculous notion of five people dying in a “catastrophic implosion” at a large depth in the ocean.
The five occupants of the OceanGate submersible were traveling approximately 600 kilometers from Newfoundland to the location of the Titanic wreck in the Atlantic Ocean.
However, an hour and a half into their descend to the 12,500-foot ocean floor, they lost contact with the surface. Later, wreckage found indicates that the experimental vehicle encountered a catastrophic fault and crashed, killing those on board almost instantly.
As a result, the passengers who were on board were the father and son Shahzada and Suleman Dawood, Stockton Rush, the CEO of OceanGate, British businessman Hamish Harding, French diver Paul-Henry Nargeolet, and other passengers.
Despite this, the managers of a Georgia Subway restaurant continued to make fun of it.
There was a sign in front of the Rincon Subway restaurant that read, “Our subs don’t implode.” It’s clear from what transpired that many people who saw the sign have commented that it’s probably not in good taste. Either way, it’s probably much too early.
The local media was informed by the Subway store manager that the sign had been removed and that they would not be making any more comments. “Is it lacking in taste?” was asked on Reddit. Yes, it’s Subway, and a sizable gathering has gathered to give their thoughts.
There was much debate about whether the joke was worse than anything you could get from Subway. However, someone posted a picture to Twitter with the caption, “This is at your store in Rincon, GA.” It’s not only disgusting, but it’s depressing as well. “Do better.”
A different commenter said: “This is what we are doing right now? ridiculing those who have lost their life.
“This is tacky to say the least,” remarked a third. in Rincon, Georgia. Improve, Subway. “@SUBWAY people literally lost their lives and you advertise with a joke on @OceanGateExped,” was the fourth comment. I hope your Rincon location closes and all of the employees are fired for what they did.
“We have been in contact with the franchise about this matter and made it clear that this kind of comment has no place in our business,” a Subway representative said.Since then, the sign has been taken down.