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Subway’s Facebook Page Trolled with Anime Porn [NSFW]

One one hand, this is a cautionary tale for all brands that maintain Facebook pages. On the other hand, this is just really, really f-in’ funny. Subway’s Facebook page has been hijacked by...
Subway’s Facebook Page Trolled with Anime Porn [NSFW]
Written by Josh Wolford
  • One one hand, this is a cautionary tale for all brands that maintain Facebook pages. On the other hand, this is just really, really f-in’ funny.

    Subway’s Facebook page has been hijacked by a wave of anime porn. And not just generic images of anime porn, but with images involving Subway’s many five-dollar footlongs. The Daily Dot first spotted the work of the trolls, and they say that Subway is already in the process of removing the images.

    They’re fighting a tough battle, however. Although only one or two of the images are currently showing up on the company’s Timeline when you filter by “post from others,” dozens are still visible when you look at the tagged photos of Subway. I don’t even know whether to tag NSFW on these, as they’re suggestive but all genitalia has been obscured by tasty-looking sub sandwiches. Alas, here’s a snapshot of Subway’s tagged photos, porn amidst subs:

    Although the photo uploads seem to be coming from various users, many of them originate from a FacePunch forum dedicated to photoshopping subway sandwichs into hentai. One prankster spoke to Daily Dot, saying,

    “We all went to websites for original pictures, saved them, opened them up in Photoshop or whatever other editing program we had, and placed the sandwich pic and or logo in there. Subway also banned us from the page afterwards, which isn’t surprising at all.”

    Like I said before, this really is a cautionary tale for brands who operate pages on the site. Privacy controls allow you to limit who can tag photos of you, and the admin panel lets you moderate posts to the Timeline.

    But also, LULZ.

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