Still massive queues at Dunkin'Donuts

Friendly service at the first Dunkin' Donuts in Iceland.

Friendly service at the first Dunkin' Donuts in Iceland. Kári

The Dunkin' Donuts mania continues in Reykjavik and an hour ago, one hundred people were standing in line for a taste of the famous doughnuts. 

The first Dunkin'Donuts opened yesterday at 9 am and two hundred people had waited in line for the whole night for it to open. During the course of the day, almost four thousand people had bought over twelve thousand doughnuts. Director Árni Pétur Jónsson said to that Icelanders needn't feel silly about this, as every Dunkin' Donuts opening draws massive crowds. "In Copenhagen, people waited for almost 24 hours in the snow and cold," he says and adds that in Stockholm and Copenhagen there were always around 100 people in the queue in the first couple of days from the opening.

However, it has to be noted that Reykjavik is inhabited by only 120 thousand people which means that 10 percent of citizens had a Dunkin' Donut yesterday. 


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