Preserved Remains of Mother Teresa Stolen! Possibly Eaten! With Coffee!
They might have mentioned the shellac and saved me the trip. Dunked her for two hours, still chipped a tooth. Bitch.
Nun Bun Stolen from Tenn. Coffeehouse
from The Associated Press
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - When Bob Bernstein arrived at his coffeehouse to assess the scene of an early Christmas morning break-in, the one thing he noticed missing was the cinnamon bun that bears a striking likeness to Mother Teresa.
Bernstein said he believes that the culprit is someone angry over the shop displaying the world-famous pastry, which has been preserved with shellac. A jar of money next to the Nun Bun was not stolen.
"They went right for the bun," he said. "Unfortunately I think it's somebody who wanted to take it to destroy it."
The gained worldwide attention in 1996 when a customer nearly took a bite of it before recognizing the revered nun in the folds of flaky pastry.
The was featured on world news programs, The Late Show with David Letterman and was even mentioned on episodes of The Nanny and Mad About You.
The shop, Bongo Java, sold T-shirts, prayer cards and mugs with the bun's image before Mother Teresa wrote a personal letter to the coffeehouse asking the sales be stopped.