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A chain of doughnut stores has faced criticism for using the acronym of an American racist hate group to promote a themed fun day at one of its stores.

 

Krispy Kreme's branch in Hull promised a programme of half term fun for its customers on a flier displayed in the store.

 

Events billed included a Young at Heart Coffee Morning, Face Painting Thursday and Funday Monday.

 

However the afternoon event planned for February 18 was titled: 'KKK WEDNESDAY'.

 

The KKK is the shorthand used for the American race-hate group the Ku Klux Klan.

 

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/11418395/Doughnut-store-advertises-KKK-day.html

 

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A chain of doughnut stores has faced criticism for using the acronym of an American racist hate group to promote a themed fun day at one of its stores.

 

Krispy Kreme's branch in Hull promised a programme of half term fun for its customers on a flier displayed in the store.

 

Events billed included a Young at Heart Coffee Morning, Face Painting Thursday and Funday Monday.

 

However the afternoon event planned for February 18 was titled: 'KKK WEDNESDAY'.

 

The KKK is the shorthand used for the American race-hate group the Ku Klux Klan.

 

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/11418395/Doughnut-store-advertises-KKK-day.html

 

Hull is pretty much over-run with white supremacists these days, just ask NoCake; he's the East Yorkshire Imperial Wizard.

This is why him and our Imam friend Identity don't exactly see eye to eye.

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Hull is pretty much over-run with white supremacists these days, just ask NoCake; he's the East Yorkshire Imperial Wizard.

This is why him and our Imam friend Identity don't exactly see eye to eye.

Bubba trying to bring two cultures together here in mutual dislike, lol

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