Krispy Kreme: 80th Anniversary Doughnut Deal Paralyzes Traffic For Up To Three Hours
A Krispy Kreme scheme offering a dozen of glazed doughnuts for only 80 cents on Friday paralyzed traffic Charleston, S.C up to three hours.
It was a huge deal so fans had to actually wait for hours just to get a dozen of the best doughnuts in town.
Line of Krispy Kreme fans on Friday
To celebrate its 80th anniversary, Krispy Kreme held a promotional sale offering a dozen doughnuts for 80 cents once a customer buys the first dozen at regular price.
People across the US took Twitter and other SNS on Friday to post photos of long lines and traffic inside and outside Krispy Kreme stores.
Me: I'm gonna stop eating sweets— savagetay (@ImHonestTho) July 14, 2017
Krispy Kreme: Our donuts are 80 cents today
Also me: pic.twitter.com/iNFjU5fvEf
Some customers, who went there to buy the doughnuts, also reported their local outlet had run out of Original Glazed doughnuts by the time they finally reached the front of the line, while others gave up in frustration.
Y'all Bouta be trapped in that Krispy Kreme line like pic.twitter.com/gIt6A6HieJ— Big Glizzy (@MiloGlizzy) July 14, 2017
The police in Burbank, Calif., also issued a traffic advisory for a backed-up drive-through as the crowd was really chaotic.
Krispy Kreme opened on July 13, 1937 in Winston-Salen, N.C. Krispy Kreme has three branches in Sacramento, West Sacramento and in Roseville.