A Tennessee man is suing Popeyes over the “countless time wasted” while he tirelessly waited in line to score the popular crispy chicken sandwich that was sold out. And now he is depressed...
According to reports, Craig Barr of Tennessee, accused the chicken establishment of“false advertising, deceptive business practices by entity to public.”
He then described how terrible is was to drive back and forth to try and score, “countless time wasted driving to and from Popeyes. No chicken sandwich. Was told to come back this day – still no sandwich.” the gentlemen described.
According to WTVC, Barr claims he was “hustled” after responding to an ad on Craigslist from someone claiming to know an employee who would stash sandwiches for those willing to pay extra, then up sell them for $24.
The man then says he paid someone for a confiscated sandwich, but the person never delivered .
Barr says he paid the person, but never got his sandwich. In addition, he says he ceased his car while trying to stake out the person who owed him the merchandise.
“I can’t get happy; I have this sandwich on my mind. I can’t think straight,” Barr told the Times Free Press. “It just consumes you.”
We broke the story, Popeyes sold out of popular sandwich but promises to get some more made for everyone who hasn't enjoyed one yet.
Sandwich gate exploded on social media, after fans compared Popeyes to competitor Chick-fil-A .
Barr is suing for $5,000 in damages.
Or, maybe he would take a life time supply of juicy chicken sandwiches to drop his case.