Turns out the folks at Pop-Tarts have a breaking point.
FOX News reports that Pop-Tarts came across a man who had a very unconventional way of enjoying his toaster pastries. In a now deleted tweet, the guy said would spread yellow mustard onto his Dunkin’ Donuts Vanilla Latte-flavored Pop-Tarts.
Gross, but to each his own.
After seeing this, however, Pop-Tarts retweeted the post and then tagged the Illinois State Police.
— Pop-Tarts (@PopTartsUS) November 28, 2017
To which the Illionois State Police replied:
There ought to be a law. Obviously a cry for help from a desperate palette. Stay vigilant. Be on the lookout for copycat Pop-Tart dippers.
— IllinoisStatePolice (@ILStatePolice) December 4, 2017
Talk about putting a guy on blast.
The original poster has since deleted his image featuring the breakfast pastry covered in mustard. Hopefully he know’s this is all in jest and the cops aren’t actually after him.
Still, Pop-Tart aficionados, be aware of what photos you post on social media involving Pop-Tarts. Chances are you’ll get called out if they think you’re doing it wrong.
Looks like I’ll be eating my Cinnamon Brown Sugar Pop-Tarts and anchovies away from social media.