You may not realize it, but the most genius invention of all time just might be the Pop Tart. Think about it. They made a sweet dessert-style snack, and convinced people that it's appropriate to eat for breakfast. It also comes in a ridiculously wide variety of flavors, is coated with frosting, and cook easily in a toaster. It might be a perfect snack.
There are also a few different ways you can enjoy your Pop Tart. You can toast them, microwave them, eat a package of two tarts at once or eat one and save it for later. But one person reported doing something to a Pop Tart that's completely unthinkable.
Specifically, several people from Illinois made sure to point out that mustard on Pop Tarts is not a common activity in their state. Or, if it is, it must be confined to just southern Illinois. In either case, nobody from the state wanted to take ownership of this strange activity.
For suggesting that putting mustard on Pop Tarts is a normal thing, some people felt like adumsteeves should face some consequences. This person thought that blocking him would be a good start. But is this punishment severe enough?
Eventually, the official Pop Tarts Twitter account got word of the mustard fiasco. So, naturally, they did the only appropriate thing they could do. The alerted the Illinois State Police to investigate.
While the state police did not seem to respond, other officers did. The police from the city of Dixon said they'd be willing to step in and investigate this horrific crime. These officer are the true heroes.
Later on, adumsteeves revealed that his initial tweet had somehow been deleted. He said he's not the one who deleted it, it just disappeared for reasons unknown. Maybe the police did their job and erased this heinous act.
As this Twitter user pointed out, there are much more reasonable things you can with a Pop Tart than put mustard on it. For instance, there's ice cream. Although I'd recommend putting ice cream on top of a toasted Pop Tart instead of a frozen one, in any case it will taste much better than coating it with a yellow savory condiment.