Jason Biggs has hit out at an “exploitive” coffee shop.
The American Pie actor normally doesn’t hold back when it comes to jokes that push the boundaries, but it seems the star has his limits.
One Los Angeles café shocked customers when it asked them to vote for Paul Walker’s best film by placing money in a tip jar labeled either Fast and Furious or Varsity Blues.
Paul passed away on November 30 when the red 2005 Porsche Carrera GT he was a passenger in hit a utility pole and burst into flames in Santa Clarita, California.
“Umm, am I crazy, or does this seem exploitive and in poor taste? @CoffeeBeanLA (sic),” Jason posted on Twitter, attaching a picture of the offending tip jars.
The American Pie franchise is known for shocking its audience with its jokes.
Fans were surprise Jason, 35, had taken a stand against the insensitive move.
“@Captain1Liner: @JasonBiggs @CoffeeBeanLA geez you KNOW it’s bad if Jason Biggs has a problem with it. Lol (sic),” one fan wrote.
Jason responded with: “Great point.”
The official Coffee Bean LA Twitter account thanked Jason for bringing the jars “to their attention”.
An official statement of apology was also released.
“This is completely inconsistent with our brand values and the jars have since been removed. Our thoughts and condolences remain with the many friends and family of Paul Walker during this difficult time. The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf® would like to thank Jason Biggs for bringing this matter to our attention,” the company said in a statement to NBC4.
Clearly proving he’s still going to entertain his followers with crude posts, Jason didn’t take long to get back to his jokey self.
“ugh just got in bed and I farted and may have pooped a little do I get up and check it or just go to sleep and pretend it didn’t happen ?? (sic)” he tweeted.
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