Kim Kardashian & Kanye Accused of 'Forgetting' to Pay for Their Ice Cream

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LOL! We did it! Free ice cream!
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West may owe someone some money ... and an apology. Those two crazy kids are in London, where Kim and Kourtney are promoting the Kardashian Kollection, and they're getting into all sorts of trouble. No, it's not that they're going crazy partying, and nah uh, there's no evidence of Kanye canoodling with another woman in a dark corner of a club, and nope, there isn't even a Kris Jenner nip slip that we can blame on Kimye. Unfortunately, what these two are up to is way worse. Kim and Kanye did something so egregious, so malicious, and so rude that I almost can't bear to say the words ... deep breaths ... Kim and Kanye didn't pay for their ice cream.

According to an employee at the Häagen-Dazs cafe in London's Leicester Square, the pair ordered their frozen dairy desserts, then skedaddled without paying the bill.


The girl tweeted:

Dear Kim Kardashian & Kanye West thank you for coming in HD, you could’ve at least payed for your ice-cream, regards the girl that served u (sic)!”

Then, when she got doused in haterade from Kim and Kanye fans, she explained:

Dear @KimObsessed FYI, I told Kayne to come to pay at the till and he told me "we'll get these for free" I told him "what? No" and they just left ...

It's been reported that Kim and Kanye created a mob scene when they went out for ice cream. Fans were everywhere and that security had to be used, but that one disgruntled scoop shop worker doesn't think that's any excuse for not paying for your gosh darn cone.

I guess when you're used to getting everything for free in life, it's hard to remember that we have this universally accepted program by which patrons are given goods in exchange for government-recognized currency.

For all we know, this is totally made up, but poor Kimye, always forgetting the basics. Who knows, maybe brain freeze set in?

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