This is the funniest story of the week. Or, at least, it's the only funny thing about the awful case of Jared Fogle, the Subway spokesman who's pleading guilty on charges of possessing child pornography and trysts with underage girls.
It turns out Subway had a Jared-themed online game for kids. The name of the game?
Jared's Pants Dance.
I'm not making that up. Jared's Pants Dance.
The free “Jared’s Pants Dance” game, which has since been removed from Subway’s kids site, featured a pair of Fogle’s blue jeans which are used to catch sandwiches, bottles of water and other snacks for points.
So, kids would drop sandwiches and snacks into Jared's pants. Even if the charges against Fogle had never come to light, there's still something particularly horrendous about a game for kids in which they put things in a grown man's pants.
Nicely done, Subway.