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Starbucks Apologizes for 'Satanic' Foam Art in Louisiana

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Coffee giant Starbucks has apologized to a Louisiana teacher who claims a barista in Baton Rouge drew "satanic" symbols in her coffee foam this weekend. She posted a photo of the two drinks — one with a pentagram and the other with 666 apparently drawn in caramel — to the Starbucks Facebook page, the post now has over 1,500 likes and over 700 shares.

Starbucks reached out out over Facebook writing "we're quite concerned and we'd like to learn more." According to the Advertiser the company has formally apologized to the teacher and a rep says: "We're taking the complaint seriously." Head over to Eater NOLA for a roundup of the "most METAL" comments on the Facebook photo, which include statements like "Pretty sure prices of Starbucks coffee are acts of satan" and "Thumbs up, Slayer fans".

· Starbucks [Facebook]
· Starbucks apologizes to Louisiana Woman for Alleged Satanic Symbols [Advertiser via Eater NOLA]
· All Starbucks Coverage on Eater [-E-]

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