Pop-Tarts Ask For Police Assistance On A Man Who Puts Mustard On Their Product

Someone found a way to ruin Pop-Tarts.

By Admin on December 6, 2017
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Pop-Tarts are just so dang perfect. The 410 calorie-packed pastries are perfect for breakfast and even a snack. What can you do wrong with them?

The Pop-Tarts company found one way you can ruin them.

Fox News reported 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 he spreads yellow mustard onto his Dunkin’ Donuts Vanilla Latte-flavored Pop-Tarts.

After seeing this, however, Pop-Tarts retweeted the post and then tagged the Illinois State Police.

Illinois State Police just a few days later:

The original poster has since deleted his image featuring the breakfast pastry covered in mustard. It was all fun and games so hopefully he didn’t think it was real.

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