Date: 4 weeks ago   Category: Fooddrinks

Sausage instead of Jesus: in Britain the cafe shocked with a den


Sausage instead of Jesus: in Britain the cafe shocked with a den
As a result the network of institutions has been forced to apologize for the trick. In Britain the network of local cafes Greggs has placed on the image of a Christmas den instead of the baby Jesus sausage roll. As a result in social networks have urged to boycott production of the company, The Guardian tells. It is reported that the network has prepared the special Christmas calendar with images of the production, and in particular, sausage rolls. #Headlinechallenge: Greggs says sorry after advent calendar replaces baby Jesus with a sausage roll. Altogether now...OH CRUMB ALL YE FAITHFUL https://t.co/xfaMUZ6C9W pic.twitter.com/CBtIqHkA9Q — Peter Barron (@PeteBarronMedia) on November 14, 2017. People dissatisfied with an illustration have been surprised to how similar was printed, and have urged to boycott production of Greggs. "It is a pity to us that we have offended someone. We didn't want it", - representatives of the company have said. Earlier the Correspondent.netsoobshchal that in Taiwan the cafe has surprised with the client the "terrifying" coffee.

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