Just one week after the opening of Ireland's Krispy Kreme in Blanchardstown, Dublin has been to forced shut down its overnight drive-thru service.
This comes after many complaints from residents as excited donut patrons were honking their car horns disturbing the community.
Many people waited in long queues to get their hands on the donuts.
— Jim Nugent (@JimJimNugent) September 26, 2018
Ireland got its first Krispy Kreme and it was supposed to be a 24hr drive-thru but they’ve already cut it down to 6am - 11:30pm because people were so excited in their cars they’d be shouting/beeping I love it
— j (@oliviadotmp3) October 3, 2018
Krispy Kreme: hey ireland is it cool if we open a single store using the same business model we’ve had in the States for decades?
— ðŸŽƒ Gar Goyle ðŸŽƒ (@thegarydoyle) October 3, 2018
I’m utterly perplexed. At least 40 cars in a queue for this. pic.twitter.com/cLUjI7970s
— Richard Chambers (@newschambers) October 3, 2018
ðŸ© Ireland's first @KrispyKremeIRL forced to close overnight 'Drive-Thru' over complaints about traffic, queues & noise ðŸ©#KrispyKreme #krispykremeireland #blanchardstown @newschambers pic.twitter.com/5v5T5SdW2B
— Virgin Media News (@VirginMediaNews) October 3, 2018
Really? Irish people are the bandwagon kings, everyone wants what’s cool and hip until the next fad comes along
— Sr Coño Grande (@codsrfc93) October 3, 2018
Bigger crowd at Krispy Kreme than there was at the Pope
— Justine Stafford (@JustineStafford) October 3, 2018