Krispy Kreme issue request to their customers following local complaint
"We do apologise to local residents who are affected by this."
People living near Blanchardstown have complained to the new Krispy Kreme store over excessive noise late at night.
It came to light after many residents complained that they couldn't sleep over car horns coming from the drive-thru of the 24-hour doughnut store.
Krispy Kreme has since apologised, noting that they're getting signage made to ask customers to please not beep their horns while queuing.
The store also announced that they're looking into sorting the traffic congestion around the store which has been a major issue since the store first opened last week.
"We are also engaging with the centre management team to control traffic congestion in the store vicinity. We are working to prevent this and we ask all customers coming to the drive thru to respect the area and the residents who live nearby" the statement reads.
Since the store opened, many people have taken to Twitter to share images of the traffic congestion in wait for donuts.
This is an actual photo of the queue for a newly opened Krispy Kreme drive through in Dublin....at 0230, people of Ireland I am disappointed pic.twitter.com/vTv5R1RTYD
— Andy Monks (@AndythePandy_) October 2, 2018
The queue for @krispykreme I'm blanch of 10pm on a Sunday evening. Fuck. That. You'd swear there wasnt 1000000 other donut places after popping up in Dublin in the last few years! pic.twitter.com/owfFIH18OZ
— prometheus (@colonelwest) September 30, 2018
I’ve arrived in Dublin just in time for the grand opening of the first Krispy Kreme in all of Ireland! Line is over an hour long and traffic is worse than Christmas time they say! pic.twitter.com/yI96Qb94uP
— Diane Delaney (@DianeDelaney22) September 30, 2018
Have you been affected by this?