Thursday 2 November 2017 by Lucas Wilde

Big void at centre of Pyramid revealed to be a Starbucks


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There is a Starbucks at the centre of the Great Pyramids of Egypt.

Scientists made the discovery yesterday, after drones they had deployed returned from the inside of the pyramid with a pumpkin spice latte, a mocha frappe and a danish pastry.

“We’re a bit surprised, but then Starbucks are bloody everywhere,” confirmed Dr Elizabeth King, of the expedition.

“They’ve got the red festive cups in, which is a surprise, you’d expect a more remote outlet like this to lag behind.

“We’re still not quite sure how the coffee has been made…it’s either a robot, a mummy, or the unluckiest barista in the world.”

Unluckiest barista in the world, Simon Williams, said, “Please help me.

“I’ve been here making coffee since the reign of Rameses II. Those three items I just sent out represent the busiest period I’ve had in nearly 800 years.

“I don’t know why the aliens that built this thing bothered with a Starbucks. There’s a pop-up Starbucks in the visitor centre anyway.”

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