Lawsuits Claim Footlong Subway Just 11 Inches

Posted on January 24, 2013

CNN's Erin Burnett reports on the Subway footlong controversy. A man posted a photograph of his subway, showing it is just 11 inches. Subway said in a statement that "footlong" is a descriptive name and "not intended to be a measure of length." There have been several lawsuits over the footlong not being twelve inches. CNN measured a couple subway sandwiches and found that one was longer than 12 inches and one was shorter. Take a look:

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