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There’s nothing more embarrassing than eating cake and eating it too.
That’s the message in an article by National Geographic entitled, “When You Cann’t Have Both Your Cake And Your Cake Eating.”
The article features a photo of a woman in a bikini eating cake, with a caption that says, “The cake is in the oven, the cake is melting.”
The photo was taken in a Parisian bakery, where a man sits in a chair next to a cake.
The cake is clearly melting, but the woman isn’t in any pain.
The article states, “While the cake’s not falling apart, she’s clearly suffering.
It’s not a good look.”
According to the article, the bakery owner was contacted by a customer who wanted to return his cake, but because of the “terrible customer service” of the baker, he decided not to give it back.
He said, “I would never have given my cake back.
I was upset and disgusted.
This is just one of those things that happened.”
The customer, who identified himself as a male, said, “(The baker) came up to me and said, ‘We don’t give you back your cake.’
I said, What?
This is how I treat women?
And he said, No.
You have to do this.”
The man said he had taken a photo before eating the cake, and it looked like he was going to leave the cake.
He went back to eat the cake and noticed the baker wasn’t there.
The man told the National Geographic reporter, “My stomach hurt.
I’m not good with food, so I said ‘Let me eat the other cake.'”
The article goes on to say, “He said, You’re not supposed to eat it.
So I took a photo and I said: You can’t take that cake.
I didn’t eat it.”
The National Geographic article ends with the caption: “If you want to give your cake back, please let us know.
We’ll pay for the baker’s and his company.”
A spokesperson for the bakery told ABC News, “This is not a real-life situation, and there is no legal reason that a man shouldn’t be allowed to take a photo after eating a cake.”
The cake owner, who asked not to be named, told ABC affiliate WCNC, “People have the right to express themselves, and I respect that.
But I do not feel that my rights have been violated.
It was not a photo opportunity, it was an intentional act of harassment.”
The bakery owner said that the woman was a “very nice person” who was very passionate about her hobby and had been doing it for about four years.
He added, “We have been working with the police to investigate this.
I don’t know how many cakes we’ve made.
We’re very disappointed with the situation.”
The woman told ABC’s “Good Morning America” that she had told the owner several times about the incident, but was told not to talk to the media.
“I feel terrible that I had to go through this,” she said.
“You have to be able to take photos of something.
You can take photos if you want.
And I don,t think I have the guts to do that.
I think that’s disgusting.”