Within a week of opening their first store in Ireland, Krispy Kreme have been forced to close their 24hr drive through - simply because people are impatient, and ruin the craic for everyone else. 

In case you missed it (or don't live in Dublin), last Wednesday 26th September, American food giant Krispy Kreme opened their first store in Blanchardstown, Dublin. The store operated 24hrs, meaning you could get one of their famous glazed doughnuts at 3am if you fancied it. However, this is now a thing of the past thanks to, yep you guessed it - people. 

Since news broke about the store opening, the queue of people trying to get their greedy mitts on a doughnut has been insane, with reports of people waiting two hours - for a doughnut: 

However, the worst scenes have been at night. A video surfaced online a couple of days ago of impatient people in their cars beeping their horns non-stop, and it's led to many complaints from Blanchardstown residents:

Following the backlash from residents, Krispy Kreme have now been forced to cancel their 24hr drive through, and the reaction online has been gold. Prepare yourself for the funniest tweets we've seen online about doughnut gate: