SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - Amy's Baking Company claimed Tuesday afternoon it was hacked and not responsible for the multitude of angry posts on its Facebook page.
Many of the previously mentioned statuses have been deleted. Here is their latest post:
"Obviously our Facebook, YELP, Twitter and Website have been hacked. We are working with the local authorities as well as the FBI computer crimes unit to ensure this does not happen again. We did not post these horrible things. Thank you Amy &Samy"
At Amy’s Baking Company, the customer isn’t always right.
The Scottsdale restaurant’s owners have lashed out on social media after they appeared on Gordon Ramsay’s show “Kitchen Nightmare” and were seen swearing at customers, each other and employees.
Amy and Samy Bouzaglo took to their Facebook page to defend their restaurant, but their defense has devolved into numerous expletive-filled statuses on their Facebook page, which only fed the fire when the posts spread online.
Each of the restaurant’s posts had received thousands of comments. Some have claimed that the restaurant used photos of products not created by the bakery.
Below are some of the bistro’s earlier Facebook posts:
"I AM NOT STUPID ALL OF YOU ARE. YOU JUST DO NOT KNOW GOOD FOOD. IT IS NOT UNCOMMON TO RESELL THINGS WALMART DOES NOT MAKE THEIR ELECTRONICS OR TOYS SO LAY OFF!!!!"
"This is Samy. I am keeping note of all names here. We will be pursuing action against you legaly, and against reddit and yelp, for this plot you have come together on. you are all just punks."
"GO TO SLEEP YOU LITTLE KIDS! DREAM ABOUT BEING SUCCESSFULL BECAUSE WE HAVE A MULTI MILLION BUISNESS WITH SUPPORTERS! YOU CANT BRING US DOWN"
"I AM WONDER WOMAN. I AM A GREAT CHEF, A GREAT WIFE, AND A GREAT MOM TO MY KIDS. AND WE WILL BE PARENTS TO A HUMAN KID, ONE DAY TO. WE WILL SHOW ALL OF YOU."
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