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What did they say that was untrue?
Was he warned that he needed to keep them in a coolbox?
If the allegation is untrue or misleading then that is a defamation.
You could ask him to remove it upon threat of being sued.
The fact that it is not untrue is not a bar really as it is clearly misleading.
Whether or not you would actually want to bring a claim is another matter though. It is quite expensive to sue and he will probably be impecunious.
However, a formal letter threatening action is often sufficient to bring an end to any problems.
Can I clarify anything for you?
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