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A 29-year-old Dunkin' Donuts night shift waitress has been cuffed for offering clients a bit of additional dunkin', according to New Jersey's Daily Record. Melissa Redmond allegedly converted the fast food outlet on Route 46 outside NYC into a veritable knocking shop during her 9pm to 5am night shift, nipping to customers' …

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Competing against Starbucks?

...no, I can't. I'll let someone else supply the one-letter-changed joke...

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Re: Competing against Starbucks?

I couldn't bring myself to do it either. I must be getting old...

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Re: Competing against Starsucks

There is two variations you can do with changing one letter. This is the more tame one :)

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Star ducks?

Am I missing something?

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Re: Competing against Starbucks?

"No coffee beans were harmed in the making of this beverage"

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Or Starlucks

I expect the punters felt lucky.

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Idiocracy

Starbucks evolving as per the above-mentioned film?

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Anonymous tip?

Detective Sergeant Kyle Schwarzmann explained how a concerned citizen blew the lid on the moonlighting hussy: "I had gotten an anonymous tip."

I bet she had more than one.

Sorry. No really, I am.

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Hey, I get it

Some days you prefer a challenge

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"He went in plain clothes through the drive-thru window."

I tell you something, those guys know how to pull of an undercover operation...wily!

Mine's the one with the extra creamy coating in the pocket.

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"he went in through the drive-in window"

That must have been a tight fit what with all them doughnuts!!

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It's a steak out!

With fries.

And what's with the US and their perpetual putting down of ANY entrepreneurial free-market activity?

Then Obama goes out and say His Country will always be AAA.

Like hell it will. Can't even get service.

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Eh?

"And what's with the US and their perpetual putting down of ANY entrepreneurial free-market activity?

Then Obama goes out and say His Country will always be AAA.

Like hell it will. Can't even get service."

I believe that both a 'troll' icon and a 'WTF?' icon are applicable here.

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Have the police nothing better to do?

Than hang around in Donut shops?

My sympathy is with the employee (probably under paid) and with whoever got the next donut she handled.

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six week investigation...

They spent 6 weeks investigating this?

So a J walker would take them about 3 weeks, and a armed robber about 9 years. How pathetic can you get?

Sorry we don't have enough manpower to investigate your house getting broken into, wait did you say there is a donut shop across the street? Maybe we can give it a month or two.

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6 weeks is quick

Just consider the number of man hours they put in collecting evidence? Have you no compassion for the poor wives who had to put up with, "Sorry dear, don't hold dinner for me as I'm working late tonight on that darn donut case again. I've almost got it but I just need a little more evidence. Maybe I'll see you tomorrow if I can put this case to bed tonight... again."

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I sure hope

she doesn't get a job at krispy kreme

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Yummy...

If she does go to work at Krispy Kreme, at least we know she can supply the glaze over and over again.

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I just hope she washed her hands afterwards .....

</barf>

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WTF?

No Picture??

How do we know if she was worth the extra??

Can't we at least have a Playmobil mock-up????

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Great job guys!

Now that you've solved the case of the "special cream filling" maybe can you move on to arresting *actual* criminals like murderers and rapists?

Or did all the real crime in New Jersey go away when I wasn't looking?

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Hmmm

Couldn't you just stick your winkle through the hole in a donut for a much cheaper price?

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Never happens in Argos

The only 'interesting' thing to happen to me whist calcifying in the foyer of Argos, waiting for a knuckle-dragging Neanderthal to go and find my item from a stockroom shelf, get curious as to what it is, open it and play for a while, then bung it randomly back in the box before throwing it down a hole in the floor to smash on the ground of the shop floor, from where another Neanderthal scoops it up in a dustpan & brush, pours the remains into a bag and then hands it to me, before telling me I have to queue up at the till to complain and get a refund.... is a drug dealer offering me his wares.

You have to respect the initiative and marketing prowess of a man clearly able to identify a bored captive audience looking for something to restore the life draining from their heavy eyes.

I'm surprised there aren't more 'shoppers' lurking in the Argos foyer and making 'polite' conversation with the lonely-looking male punters whilst dressed like Lady Gaga.

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I didn't see that...

in the new Autumn/Winter catalogue...

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Dealers

All my usual dealers have went AWOL recently.. I think I'll take a stroll down Argos in the morning then...

Actually, make that late afternoon....

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Oi!

"The only 'interesting' thing to happen to me whist calcifying in the foyer of Argos, waiting for a knuckle-dragging Neanderthal to go and find my item from a stockroom shelf, get curious as to what it is, open it and play for a while, then bung it randomly back in the box before throwing it down a hole in the floor to smash on the ground of the shop floor, from where another Neanderthal scoops it up in a dustpan & brush, pours the remains into a bag and then hands it to me, before telling me I have to queue up at the till to complain and get a refund.... is a drug dealer offering me his wares."

Now, I can't remember which comedian came out with this on telly but can you please put it in quotes next time - ta.

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Mandatory

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ggOa9aSG-Ow

... whenever Argos is mentioned

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Re: Oi

I write my own comments, making them up as I type.

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Seems a bit harsh.

I've never had anything less than excellent service in Argos.

No, not that sort of "service".

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Hmmm Cops and Donuts

I wonder if she would have got away with it if she had worked at a health food outlet.......

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Donut shop?

Doesn't seem Tobermory the smartest place in the world to offer illegal activites

...Unless the boys in blue get a cut

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Oh jesus..

Where the fuck have all the holes in the doughnuts being coming from??

Equally worrying is the "Kreme" sauce.......

For what its worth, i had the misfortune to taste this shit in the Trafford centre outlet.

First time, last time...

Rank.....

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A couple of days off...

when jam filled...

I have my coat...I'm gone!

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ta

for this piece of levity today.

Mine's a glazed ring.

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Health issues

So, people who have eaten so many tonnes of donoughts that they are now too fat to get out of their cars and have to "drive through".... right. "Certainly Sir, you can have 15 minutes of 'extra sugar' with your lard, shall I call the ambulance now?".

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REDMOND ENSURES CUSTOMERS ARE FULLY SATISFIED

could have been a confusing headline?

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Brings a whole new meaning to

Do you want to supersize that?

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So you can...

...have your cake and get eaten too.

Someone had to say it.

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I've always wondered why it was illegal in the first place

Every reason I come up with is to prevent crimes that are already illegal. All of which would be easier to investigate and prevent if the victims were a little more willing to come forward. Its legal in Nevada and the state hasn't gone to hell in a hand basket.

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Religious influence in the law

It's illegal for the same reason that you can't buy alcohol in Sunday in some places (like here). Someone decided that it's immoral and therefore should be illegal. If you think about it you'll realize that that's true for most victimless crimes.

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You know that!

1) It is illegal in Iowa to dismember a corpse in order to hide a crime.

2) With Caylee's Law (i.e. the anti-Casey-Anthony law), it will be illegal to NOT call police if you haven't seen your brat for 48h and he/she turns up dead afterwards.

It's like a series of Monty Python's Flying Circus, only more real.

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That's because...

... the Mormon's have baptised them all from across the state line

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Prostitution is not illegal in the UK

I wonder what crime she would be changed with here. Perhaps riding a motor vehicle without a seatbelt.

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@Not illegal

Indeed. I believe soliciting is, so she might get done for that. She'd more likely just get the sack. No pun intended. Oh alright, yes it was...

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Probably...

.. her mistake was not offering the officer a freebie...

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To celebrate the success of the investigation....

.....they went and bought celebratory Doughnuts !!!

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In the immortal words of Pauly Shore...

It's time to gl-ze the Dough-nuts....

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Amazing

Cops love donuts and that was not the place to pull that.

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Operation Extra Sugar

They never said if it was brown sugar or white.

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I would dunk that!

http://2media.nowpublic.net/images//a5/e7/a5e7f200035593210118259600801c52.jpg

A rather poor shot of her FB photo

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