Whoa! Who Moved My Nutella?!?

Have you seen this yet? Five tons of Nutella were stolen...That's a whole lot of crepes ;-)

Posted by Eileen
Texan in CA
3584 posts

I'm thinkin' someone may be getting a good deal on cigarettes and Nutella...and energy drinks, apparently... Bad Hersfeld, Bad.

Posted by Eileen
Texan in CA
3584 posts

In case that link disappears: BERLIN (AP) These thieves might really have sticky fingers. Police said Monday an unknown number of culprits made off with 5 metric tons (5.5 tons) of Nutella chocolate-hazelnut spread from a parked trailer in the central German town of Bad Hersfeld over the weekend. The gooey loot is worth an estimated 16,000 euros ($20,710). Germans news agency dpa reported that thieves have previously stolen a load of energy drinks from the same location.

Posted by Lola
Seattle, WA
5444 posts

Whoa! So a whole lot of people are going to miss their breakfast Nutella and go into withdrawal. . . How do the thieves plan to unload all that? Flea markets? Can they just truck it out of Germany without getting caught?

Posted by Michael Schneider
New Paltz, NY
6840 posts

In related news, 100,000 loafs of bread and 20,000 gallons of milk were also reported missing.......

Posted by Keith
Lemont, Illinois, United States
26 posts

Its Nutella. They can just eat it. Sounds like about a 1 year supply for my kids.

Posted by Nancy
Corvallis OR
969 posts

"How do the thieves plan to unload all that?" Are you kidding? There's a black market for ANYTHING that's in demand. I doubt they have much problem unloading it.

Posted by Michael
Des Moines, IA
2155 posts

I wonder if you can get high on a mixture of energy drinks and Nutella?

Posted by Eileen
Texan in CA
3584 posts

Ummm, yeah, Karen - we're gonna need to see that receipt...Are there any Krogers in Eastern Europe?

Posted by Karen
Fort Wayne, IN, USA
1521 posts

Then there's all that maple syrup that went missing in Quebec, and the Girl Scout cookies stolen somewhere in Georgia. If a big shipment of limoncello goes missing, we're pointing fingers at you, Eileen. Jo-that must be a cousin to Barney Kroger!

Posted by Chani
Tel Aviv
3511 posts

Why didn't it explode? In the movies, every car that bursts into flames explodes. Bummer.

Posted by Arn
Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
215 posts

Maybe someone smuggling back to the US? My wife swears that Nutella in Europe tastes better than it does in the USA and that Nutella
eaten in Italy tastes best of all!

Posted by kat
parkdale
200 posts

Methinks the contraband culprit might just be the person reporting the heist. For months now Eileen comes to our meetings and orders several dozen dry pieces of toast at Panera, her pockets bulging. She excuses herself for long periods (I always thought she was taking a limoncello nip.) and returns with a brown mustache. Caught ya', Eileen-from-Texas. We know how to connect
the (ahem) nuts...

Posted by Tom
Hüttenfeld, Hessen, Germany
9133 posts

"Don't know whether to laugh or laugh harder!" Potentially dangerous auto fire? Yeah, hilarious... Would it have been even funnier to you if some Eton boys were trapped in the car, comrade?

Posted by Michael Schneider
New Paltz, NY
6840 posts

Don't worry it's insured and he got a free government paid car wash out of it, its the least the British tax payers could do!

Posted by Eileen
Texan in CA
3584 posts

Secret coded message for...can't say, but leave the delivery truck full of bananas parked in 'The Spot' (at Bad Hersfeld) - unlocked, and with the keys under the floormat ;-) And be prepared for next month's, ummmm, 'delivery' - crêpe flour. This isn't what it looks like. Remember - it's secret code.