Jared Fogle, former owner of giant pants and disgraced Subway spokesman, is now implicated in a child pornography ring and accused of trying to fuck at least one local high school child. But on the Subway Facebook page, it’s business as usual.

“If true,” a Subway social medial marketing staffer wrote, “[a new allegation of bragging about paying for sex with a 16-year-old schoolgirl] is appalling and is contrary to the values of our brand,” in case you were unsure whether trying to fuck young teens is contrary to the values of the Subway sandwich brand.

The negative declaration of corporate values has netted over 2,700 “likes” and nearly 700 “shares,” apparently by Subway customers who care little for who Jared Fogle is or isn’t paying to fuck but only about which items on the Subway menu taste good:

I think we’re gonna be OK guys. I think we’re all going to be OK.

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Correction: The student in question was a high school, not middle school student.

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