Yoko Ono, widow of Beatles legend John Lennon, has been working to uphold the legacy of her late husband. Her newest conquest involved forcing a Polish company to stop calling one of its products "John Lemon".

Legal action was taken against the company to change the name of the five-year-old product. The law firm representing Yoko said, “They were abusing and misusing the legacy of John Lennon to sell their soda.”

John Lemon backed down without much of a fight. They agreed to change the name to "On Lemon" and will sell the current stock by the end of October.

Here's hoping Yoko doesn't watch The Simpsons...

Read more at The Guardian.