Students at Wigan, England's Standish High School weren't happy with the school food, so they began calling out orders to a nearby sandwich shop. Owner Michael Daley would then deliver the food to the students though the school gates. But school officials found out what was going on and asked the police officer assigned as the school liaison officer to pay Daley a visit and tell him to stop. "We offer a wide variety of meals which the majority of children are satisfied with," said school head Hugh Crossan.
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