Corden Blamed for Bakery Closure

Metro is reporting that a bakery that had been frequented by James Corden when he lived in Beaconsfield, Bucks, has shuttered. Proprietors blame lack of business from the now-famous comedian.

Metro of course, is getting their info from The Sun (with the witty headline, “Gavin & Pastry” – who writes this stuff?). They report that Corden has been spending more time away from his flat, though he still owns it, and even less time in his former Bakers Oven branch.

One wonders if the story is true, is there a corresponding shop in London with business booming?

SOURCE: The Sun; “Gavin & Pastry”; Smart, Gordon; 23 Jan 2009

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