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The founder of a Leeds takeaway bakery has gone on a furious viral rant after a customer reported his 'illegal sprinkles' to the Trading Standards.
Dubbed 'Sprinklegate', the founder of Get Baked, who preferred not to be named, has issued his frustrations on social media.
The baker originally wrote: "This weekend has been utterly sensational, we've had customer visits from countless cities, sold f**k tonnes of Bruce in various forms, oh and not to mention a lovely visit from Trading Standards on Friday after someone reported us for using what are apparently illegal sprinkles."
He then followed up with a serious of updates:
After the Trading Standards appeared to cease the use of sprinkles, the baker complained that they are very important to the recipe of 'Birthday Bruce's' (inspired from Matilda) and 'Raspberry Glazed Donut Cookies - their best-selling recipes.
He told LADbible that it's a 'sad state of the world that someone would report an independent bakery'.
He added: "To whoever reported us to Trading Standards, (Dan?) all I have to say is, dear lord, what a sad little life Jane.
"My daughter, who is now 7 months, has to live with the fact that daddy can't take her to Disneyland, because man can't sell any f***ing cookies.
"Done and done."
It seemed that his anger was pointed in the direction of a person named 'Dan' and the baker went on to 'get their revenge' in probably the best way possible, by doing a good deed.
The baker continued: "We have set Leeds General Infirmary and St James's University Hospital as a delivery zone all in their own right.
"This means, that anyone at hospital, gets free delivery.
"Take that Dan."
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