"This is blood. This is not jelly."
The company, which initially told him to knock it off, just announced they'd be "happy to work with [him] as an independent operator."
The South Brunswick police are calling the man the "Donut Desperado."
This week Dunkin’ Donuts announced hackers had broken into customers’ loyalty accounts. So what happens to them once hackers have a wad of loyalty points?
This story seems to have holes in it.
Sound logic, poor execution.
There's a perfectly reasonable explanation for all of this.
New York City cops can now enjoy their French crullers and butter pecan swirl cuppas once more.
Protip: Wait until the cop leaves before you rob Dunkin' Donuts.
Welcome back to Stranger Than Flicktion, our Flickr-inspired column. We provide writers with five random food-related Flickr images and ask them to construct a fictional short story in under five days. In this edition, we hit a cocktail party benefit...