Subway removes 'Jared's Pants Dance' kids game from website

After disgraced former Subway spokesman Jared Fogle pleaded guilty to child pornography and paying to have sex with minors, the company is now scrubbing their website clean of any trace of his presence. That includes taking down a children's online game promo where players try to catch candy and sandwiches using Jared's oversized pants. 

'Jared's Pants Dance' game has been taken down from the Subway Kids section of the website. Mashable reports that although Fogle's house was first raided in July, the children's 'Pants Dance' game remained active at SubwayKids.com until Wednesday morning.

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The sandwich chain severed ties with Fogle officially on Tuesday night ahead of his anticipated guilty plea.  He faces 5 to 12 years in prison.

The game has been archived HERE

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