Crocodile Dundee actor Paul Hogan has launched legal action against Grill'd claiming it used one of his famous catchphrases on its cutlery sleeves.
According to reports, the 78-year-old actor has accused the fast food chain of 'flagrant' breach of copyright for including the Crocodile Dundee line - 'That's not a knife, that's is a knife' - on their products.
The Australian reports that Hogan claimed the restaurant company 'refused' to stop making the cutlery sleeves and has asked for increased damages due to their 'flagrant disregard' for his copyright.
In the court documents, Paul is arguing that his 'knife line' is valuable to his film company Rimfire Films, as Crocodile Dundee is an important part of Australia pop culture and has been seen by many Grill'd customers.
The successful 1986 film was followed by two sequels - 1988's Crocodile Dundee II and 2001's Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles.