As Hurricane Dorian rolls closer to Florida's east coast, a supermarket chain cake decorator decided to lighten the mood with a hurricane-themed cake – and the answers are mixed.
Jessica Gouin, a Publix cake decorator, said she was with a co-worker when she made the decision to create the now controversial cookie cake design.
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"I was with a colleague and said & # 39; I'm going to put a hurricane on a cake! & # 39;" Jessica Gouin, a Publix cake decorator in Neptune Beach, told ABC Action News. "They took off after I put them in the showcase. I haven't stopped making them yet."
Although Gouin claims she froze the cake like the hurricane, which could make landfall this weekend as a Category 4 storm, to bring "people joy or a smile during these stressful times," not everyone has been happy with it rude design.
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But as Gouin pointed out, some have embraced her creation ̵
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Publix did not immediately respond to Fox News & # 39; s comment request.
Believe it or not, this is not the first time a controversial cookie from a Publix supermarket has created waves.
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In 2017, when Hurricane Irma was heading to Florida, a Publix in Plantation, a cake frosted to l also sold as the impending storm.
The reaction was similarly shared, with many arguing that the cake was funny and others saying it was in bad taste.