Several locals and some politicians want Glasgow restaurant and bakery Riverhill Coffee Bar to stop offering "Breaking Bad Crystal Meth" cupcakes, they argue, because selling blue-colored candy-topped treats is tantamount to the "glamorising of drugs." The baker insists the whole thing is a lighthearted tribute to his favorite show, but others are less than amused. "Quite frankly, there's nothing funny about recreational drug use," says a local politician, who's apparently not been to Albuquerque, where "meth"-themed treats abound. Glasgow should be thankful no one's yet tried making a Breaking Bad-themed knockoff cronut. That would be really messed up. [Evening Times, Related]
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