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Husband furious with his wifes sandwich being labelled b*tch realises its a BLT with cheese

Its not what it looks like (Picture: Facebook/Robert Wilson Barnes)

When you order food, labels are important – you dont want to bite into someone elses bacon sarnie if you dont eat meat, after all.

One dad who ordered from American fast-food chain Jimmy Johns was about to pass his wifes bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwich to her when he noticed the label.

Robert Wilson Barnes says he was fuming after seeing what seemed like the word b*tch written across the grub.

The husband quickly went down to the store and threw the sandwich on the counter to demonstrate his anger.

When he demanded to know what the deal was, they assured him that they werent calling his wife a misogynist slur.

In fact, it was just her order written on it – a BLT with cheese. Ooh ouch.

Face, meet palm.

Robert, with all guns blazing, was preparing for his best can I speak to the manager tone when staff quickly abated his anger.

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Finding humour in the whole thing, he took to Facebook to regale the story.

He wrote: Are you freakin serious?

So, after leaving the drive-thru today, my wife took her sandwich out of the bag and we see THIS! Seriously? Oh, not today, not today!

I went back to the restaurant, went INSIDE (already fuming), asked to speak to the manager, and then threw the sandwich on the counter. I asked him for an explanation.

Robert was then left red-faced after realising his overreaction.

He continued describing the incident: [The manager] looked confused, so I pointed at the writing on the sandwich and demanded that he tells me why someone felt the need to write it on my wifes sandwich.

He answered “because you ordered a BLT with cheese?” to which I replied …oh.

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Yep, you couldnt make it up.

Well, acutally you could. Now, while the seemingly rude label mightve been intentional by a disgruntled staff member, the whole thing could potentially have been staged.

Anyone can scrawl something with a sharpie on their food and cook up a whole story with viral potential.

Roberts story quickly did the rounds on Facebook, amassing more than 74,000 shares and over 105,000 likes.

People were tickled by the whole thing. Clearly were big fans of Read More – Source