Greater Manchester Police now involved after ‘criminal’ Weetabix tweet goes viral
“Due to it’s serious nature, we’ve passed it over to our major incident team who deals with cereal killers”
- BY SOPHIE HALLE-RICHARDS
- 22:00, 9 FEB 2021
Greater Manchester Police have been forced to step in after a ‘criminal’ Weetabix combination went viral on Twitter.
The tweet in question was posted by the popular cereal brand this morning, and quickly caught the attention of cops.
And when you see what Weetabix were suggesting, it’s clear to see why.
Instead of the uncontested cereal and milk combination, it was suggested that customers try their Weetabix with something new
“Why should bread have all the fun, when there’s Weetabix,” the deranged social media manager tweeted.
“Serving up @HeinzUK Beanz on bix for breakfast with a twist.”
Naturally, it didn’t go down well.
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Hundreds of major brands and public services became involved in the serious debate, which even attracted the attention of GMP.
“We’ve bean looking into this after a number of complaints today,” The Manchester City Centre force account said.
“Due to its serious nature, we’ve passed it over to our major incident team who deals with cereal killers!”
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And they weren’t the only police force to weigh in on the criminal activity.
Northants Police said: “We have had a few comments from members of the public asking how we are going to respond to this incident.
“It is clearly a crime without a doubt but we won’t be visiting their headquarters in Burton Latimer just yet as the Crimes Against Breakfast Act doesn’t exist…”
Even GCHQ took time away from their busy schedule, tweeting: “We found… no intelligence.”
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Less than a week after THAT Handforth Parish Council meeting, it appears that Twitter has now been broken again.
Not keen to forget the work of Jackie Weaver, Sainsbury’s wrote: “Beans have no authority here, no authority AT ALL.”
Other major brands including Tinder tweeted: “Trust us, this is not a match. To which Weetabix replied: “We’d swipe right.”
National Rail said: “Due to a Weetabix adding beans to their cereal, all services will be delayed while we figure out what is happening.
Food critic, Grace Dent, also weighed in on the debate saying: “This is the worst food I have seen with my eyes.”
“This one takes the biscuit” a consumer said in Manchester’s notorious moss side,”this almost is as bad as fried mars bars” he said ‘and we’re just not having it!”
Whilst the Guinness World Book of Records said a new record for the most random breakfast combination had been set
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