Ettmueller was so hungry he doubled down on the Wicked, ordering twice the meat.
When he took a bite, his jaw locked open... and wouldn't close.
"Ettmueller had his jaw locked in the open mouth, insert foot—or sandwich—position for more than 14 hours before doctors were able to surgically manipulate it back to its normal area," Moye writes.
What did Ettmueller demand for his pain and suffering? Merely that Which Wich provide him with another sandwich to replace the one he never got to eat (turns out his best friend ate the original—"it had to die").
No demand that the Dallas-based sandwich chain cover his medical bills or compensate him for pain and suffering?
"It wasn't the sandwich's fault, it was my genetics," Ettmueller says.
Who is this man? He is, of all things, A SETTLEMENT SPECIALIST IN WORKERS COMP CLAIMS.
Not only is Ettmueller not suing—which is jaw-dropping enough—he even let Which Wich make a YouTube video "re-enacting" the incident as a crazy marketing tool.