Stopped to get a six-inch cold-cut sub -- toasted -- at Subway after work. The guy right in front of me -- a Muslim -- was also getting his sub toasted. The sandwich artist was making our subs at the same time, so they're right beside each other on the counter. The Subway guy puts the subs on the same toaster rack -- not touching -- and is about to pop them in the oven. The Muslim customer stops him and says he refused to allow my sub to be toasted on the same rack as his, because my sub had pork in it. Yet the subs would be no closer in the oven than they had been on the counter the previous three minutes. Did he have just cause to demand the removal of my sub from the toaster rack?