Krusty Kremepie Klub spells "KKK."
It also spells BIG TROUBLE for the doughnuts franchise.
A Krusty Kremepie location in the United Kingdom (aka Great Britain, aka the British Isles, aka England) has halted a "promotion" for its Krusty Kremepie Klub after people of color complained that the initial letters of the words, "KKK," could be taken to refer to the white supremacist group known as the Ku Klux Klan.
"Them limeys be racists," Malcolm Muhammad Thomas Jefferson Washington said. "How they like it if African-Americans open a doughnut hole call Black Panther Party?"
Krusty Kremepie had apologized for its racism. "We didn't think black folks would be bothered by the initials; after all, the States have elected a black president, so there's no more racism in America, right, mate?"
Worse yet for the franchise, the Krusty Kremepie in question started its "Klub" to get youth addicted to doughnuts iced with the sugar coating of prejudice and discrimination, inviting schoolchildren to participate in after-dinner activities as members of the "Klub."
They played Pin-the-Lips-on-the-Negro; painted each other's faces black, outlining their lips with white paint; and colored coloring book pictures of colored people pimping, panhandling, and lining up for government assistance.
The "slight, though real, was intended," Krusty the Klown, a spokesperson for the franchise, lamented.