Reddit user Forlarren was upset, but he also could have just been hangry.
He wrote, "Also take a sick day to sue them in small claims...The point is screw them, it's a cheap way [sic] amuse yourself on a 'me day' even if they tell you to f**k off.
"If you're extra vindictive, have a friend drive by and throw a sandwich at their car while in court, mayo side down. You will have the perfect alibi, you just have to kill your friends to tie up loose ends.
"Man I'm hungry, I'd kill for a sandwich right now."
But ultimately, this sandwich is the kind of sandwich that drives people to madness.
"I got summoned for jury duty once. I saw a sandwich that looked like this in the vending machine after I skipped breakfast. I was so hungry... But that f**king sandwich. I felt like eating it was crossing a line I could never cross back. My life is worse than the person on trial.
"Any time you hear of someone losing their s**t at a trial... You just have to wonder... Was it seeing the face of their daughter's killer? Was it looking into the eyes of the person who drove the car that slammed into them? Or... Was it that f**king sandwich... From the vending machine... Full of nothing but sadness and despair, cut into one inch slices and stacked on top of each other, with mayonnaise on tomatoes," wrote sonnytron.
"That photo is a lie. The label says it should be a shrimp cutlet sandwich, and it would have been packaged with the contents clearly visible. No one would buy a shrimp cutlet sandwich that looks like this, thinking 'there must a shrimp cutlet hidden in there somewhere,even though I can see the middle of the sandwich where they cut it in half,'" said captainhaddock.