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UK bakery begs Google for help to change offensive logo

Social media done right.

UK BAKERY CHAIN Greggs has used social media to its advantage after an unfortunate Google mishap saw its profile paired with an offensive logo.

Thousands of people contacted Greggs after it was noted that this was the image that accompanied their profile:


The fake logo was automatically pulled into the profile from, reports The Telegraph.

Greggs used its Twitter account to appeal to Google to do something about the unfortunate match up:

Google was quick to respond:

And lo and behold, this is what you now see when you now Google Greggs. Result!


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