Pink donkey for Cinco de Mayo makes people mad

pinktacodonkey.jpgFor yesterday's celebration of Cinco de Mayo, the Pink Taco in the Century City shopping center painted a donkey pink and tied it up outside the restaurant. People noticed — which is rare for the Pink Taco — and apparently didn't like it. "Wonder what marketing dimwit, sloshed off too many overpriced margaritas, came up with the genius idea," the OC Weekly asks. "The glaringly pink donkey, standing in 85-degree-plus heat, was sighted by several concerned passersby, who instantly turned to Twitter and Facebook. The Facebook page Boycott Pink Taco Century City was immediately launched, urging people to complain to the manager. Since then, Pink Taco has pulled the plug entirely on its social media presence, deleting its Twitter and Facebook accounts..."

Photo by @bendecker at OC Weekly


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