Scottish Krispy Kreme customers 'fannies' claims protester
Krispy Kreme, then. What is the madness that inflicts the UK when an American donut store, a drive-thru opens on a street corner? It's a tenner for 12 donuts, for crying out loud.
The mania struck again at the weekend, when mile-long queues were the order of the day in Edinburgh and Krispy Kreme brought parts of the city to a standstill. Takings for the first day's trading were £60,000 - three times the previous UK record - as the Scottish rejected fried Mars Bars in favour of death by dough and icing sugar.
Still, not all were convinced of the donut's prowess, according to avid Bitterwallet reader Stevie Y who spotted this protest sign discarded outside the store: