When Qdoba, a wholly owned subsidiary of Jack in the Box, decided to open a Mexican grill restaurant near the local Panera, the Panera people said no way. Why? They cited a stipulation in their lease agreement that the center could not open a restaurant or bakery that generated 10% of its sales from sandwiches.
OK, I'll admit that I'm not the smartest guy in the world, but since when has a burrito or a taco been a sandwich?
Wait. It gets better. This thing went all the way to court, and we needed experts and a judge to tell us that a burrito is not a sandwich. I have a feeling this may someday make it to Mind of Mencia.