Greggs are now putting bouncers at their doors
Because people are fighting each other over steak bakes
Greggs stores across the country have decided to employ bouncers to stand at their doors to stop people from stealing.
Aside from stopping people stealing delicious sausage rolls, they're also meant to keep an eye on drunk customers.
ONLY GREGGS WOULD HAVE A BOUNCER AT 3:15am, I love u Newcastle
— Mia Wells (@_miawells) February 4, 2018
Some members of staff at the shops have told the Daily Mail, they're "grateful for the extra security" as "every weekend there's usually a fight."
Popular Greggs stores in city centres stay open to serve hungry clubbers after their nights out.
The stores employing bouncers will be those in Newcastle, Derby, Nottingham, Salford and London.
And even Northerners are saying it's because they're a lot more passionate about their stake bakes than Southerners:
I spent all of my first term at uni insisting to all the southerners that Derby wasn't in the north.
Then on a night out back home, I noticed that the Greggs had a bouncer on the door to stop people get too rowdy.
"Hmm, okay, maybe those southerners had a point," I thought.
— Robert Smith (@BondHack) January 24, 2018