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A Subway worker has filmed a pretty bizarre order from a customer who wanted her sub absolutely drenched in sauce. And when I say, 'absolutely drenched' I mean, she's probably going to need a straw to eat this thing:
The customer, who we can only assume is on the wind-up, can be heard saying she wants the worker to 'drown' the sandwich until it is 'oozing' with the creamy siracha sauce and as anyone who goes to Subway will know, you pretty much get whatever you ask for.
As the clip continues, the woman can be heard saying: "Yes, more, more" while the sandwich artist goes ape with the bottle of sauce.
Eventually the customer says: "All right, that's good," right before adding: "Actually, a little more."
As you can imagine, the saucy sub has left social media user shocked, with one person commenting: "That ain't a sandwich no more, that's just dressing."
Another said: "Oh hell nah, 90 percent sauce, 10 percent sub."
While a third was just impressed by the customer's demands, commenting: "It takes a lot of confidence to ask for 'more' in a Subway like that."
Someone else said: "Should have just gave her the bottle at that point."
A fellow sandwich artist chipped in: "As a Subway worker, I would literally cry trying to close that sandwich."
This is not the first time someone's weird Subway order has gone viral.
Back in 2019, a drunken woman's cheese, olive and cucumber order was so unusual the Subway worker stopped what he was doing and asked if he could take a photo.
Anna, from London, had been on a boozy night out with a pal when she decided to soak up some of the alcohol with a Subway.
Anna told LADbible: "We were both pretty tipsy and I asked the workers how it worked. I told them I'd never had a sub before and they were really nice. We were just joking for a while before we ordered."
She added: "I only wanted a cheese and cucumber sandwich which made them laugh and they kept offering me more fillings or sauces. Then I saw the olives so was like, 'Those too, please.'"
Anna's butty went viral after she shared the photo on Twitter, writing: "First time in Subway and the worker took a picture of my order... Am I doing this wrong?"
Looks fine to me, mate.
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