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Dunkin' Donuts has been in the spotlight lately.

Broward resident Taylor Chapman threw a shit-fit, because she claimed she was entitled to receive free food when, in accordance with store policy, she was not given a receipt at the time of purchase. Rather than freeload as a normal person would, the crazy-lady went off on an eight minute iPhone-recorded racist tirade directed at the store's teenage employees.

She is currently the most hated person on the internet.

Well, there is a new Dunkin' Donuts opening its doors soon. And it will be giving out free coffees -- no raging outbursts necessary.

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On Thursday, June 27, Hollywood is getting its newest Dunkin' Donuts.

Located in a Mobil gas station, the store is hosting a Grand Opening event. From 5:30 a.m. to 9 p.m., all customers can receive a free small iced coffee with no purchase -- or iPhone video surveillance -- necessary.

The new store is located at 2780 Stirling Road in Hollywood.

Follow Sara Ventiera on Twitter, @saraventiera.

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