Man breaks into Tim Hortons coffee shop, makes coffee

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A Canadian man is being accused of breaking into a Tim Hortons coffee shop and attempting to make himself a coffee.


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Police say the 22-year-old man is facing charges after employees found him inside the shop when they arrived to open it up for business, according to a CTV News report.

The man, who was attempting to make himself a coffee and an iced cappuccino, fled the scene before authorities arrived. The incident occurred in Parrsboro, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Why would anyone want an iced cappuccino in Canada this time of the year? Isn’t Canada a block of ice by now?

Police say no employees or doughnuts were harmed, but we can just imagine how many doughnuts were thoroughly interrogated.

1 Comment

  1. Ha! That’s funny. But on the weather issue in Canada. I believe they freeze over in January. It’s cold there, but it gets worse.

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