Leeds baker embarks on furious rant after customer reports him for using ‘illegal sprays’

An independent bakery in Leeds has been reported to Trading Standards for using ‘illegal sprinkles’. They’ve since taken to social media to share a furious (and not to say hilarious) rant about “Sprinklegate.”

The founder of Get Baked told his 53,000 followers on Facebook: “This weekend has been absolutely sensational, we’ve had customer visits from countless cities, sold tons of fucking Bruce in various forms, oh and not to mention a nice visit from Trading Standards on Friday after someone reported us for using what are apparently illegal sprinkles.

The founder later explained that Trading Standards stopped the glitter imported from the United States because it contained dyes that “are not allowed here” after someone complained.

Sprinkles are essential to their best-selling recipes: a Matilda-inspired Bruce birthday chocolate cake and raspberry glazed donut cookies. Now Get Baked is worried about how difficult it is to get new glitter in the UK.

Explaining that he really lost sleep because of it, he said it was “very unlikely that we would find any legal glitter that we would use as a replacement.”

“British glitter just aren’t the same, they’re totally shitty and I hate them,” he added. “Anyone who likes watering will know what I’m talking about”

“The waterings you can get in this country are totally crappy **.”

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He then directed his anger at a man called Dan, referring to the iconic episode of Come Dine With Me.

“To whoever reported us to Trading Standards, (Dan?) Whatever I have to say, dear Lord, what a sad little life Jane,” he said.

Mathilde’s inspired chocolate cake is one of the bakery’s bestsellers

(Get Baked / Facebook)

“My daughter, who is now 7 months old, has to live with the fact that daddy can’t take her to Disneyland because the man can’t sell fucking cookies.

“Done and done.”

Indy100 has contacted Get Baked for further comment.

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