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$ 5,000 lawsuit against chicken sandwiches




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A Tennessee man is suing Popeyes Chicken because, as he says, the chicken sandwiches went out. Craig Barr filed a $ 5,000 lawsuit on Wednesday after repeatedly trying to buy the sandwich at various locations, NBC News reports. "I can not be happy, I have this sandwich in my head," he tells Times Free Press . "I can not think clearly, it just consumes you." The Chattanooga man says he was also humiliated by friends and suffered $ 1

,500 in tire and rim damage while sipping sandwiches. Perhaps worse, Barr says, he was cheated on by someone who published a Craigslist ad that provides access to chicken sandwiches hidden in a place in Popeyes.

Barr says he met the guy behind a Popeyes, gave him $ 25 and saw him go in – but that was it. Barr says he has followed soon enough and has learned that the man has gone through the front door. "I was cheated," says Barr. The sandwich shortage is due to a Twitter fast food war between Chick-fil-A and Popeyes, which has the best chicken sandwich. Chick-fil-A seemed to mock Popeyes' new offer by calling his own sandwich "the original" with which Popeyes tweeted again : "… y'all good? "Other chains jumped into the fray with claims about their sandwiches. There were bottlenecks and lineups, but Barr says Popeyes deliberately raised his product and dropped below the crowd to grab the attention. He represents in the case and must appear in court on October 28. (Read more fast food stories.)

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