Subway tells Kurt Wild to take his five-dollar footlong elsewhere, thank you very much

Granted, other than the obvious joke above, there’s nothing funny about this: It seems that 22-year-old porn actor Kurt Wild has been fired from a Subway restaurant outside of St. Louis after a customer recognized him from his other line of work and raised hell with the management.

According to this site, Wild sent them an email with the following:

"I just wanted to tell everyone that I was just fired from my work at subway because I have done gay porn. A customer said they wouldn’t even eat there at subway anymore because of my past work and said that if I wasn’t fired then they would boycott the store. What I say is, if one person can try to ruin me everywhere I work… maybe I should take a stand and boycott their store too if they can’t let people’s privacy be treated right. I should have the right to work anywhere I can and it isn’t right or fair that people can keep me from working simply because of a "gay" issue. If a girl did what we do it would probably be ok.. and if a guy does straight porn.. he is bragged about. When I do gay porn, I feel a bit lynched for the rest of my life. Not right. Thanks for reading. – Kurt Wild"

Now, there are a number of questions I have about this.

First, how on Earth did this customer, who apparently isn’t a fan of gay porn given his or her response, know that Wild was in gay porn in the first place?

Second, how does having a documented history of being sexually active make you unfit to serve sandwiches? I guess they should fire all of the employees that have children as well?

And third, what – do they have no Quizno’s in that town? Subway is sooooooo 2004… 

I’m not going to tell you where you can find more examples of Wild’s work, because this is a family site and you guys can find that on your own. But I will include the box cover for one of his titles after the jump, for curious readers. 

Writer-filmmaker Brian Juergens launched, the world's first website devoted to horror films from a gay perspective, in 2003.