There’s a guy actually protesting against Starbucks selling pumpkin spice lattes while it’s still summer

FILE - In this Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2015 file photo, a barista pours steamed milk into a red paper cup while making an espresso drink at a Starbucks coffee shop in the Pike Place Market in Seattle. An evangelist's Facebook diatribe criticizing Starbucks for supposedly taking Christ out of Christmas by designing cups without seasonal symbols has garnered millions of views in early November 2012. But few of the those known for longstanding concerns about a so-called "War on Christmas" are joining his complaint. Others wonder how this controversy, if indeed it is one, fits into the long history of squabbles over the place of Christmas in the public square. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

The autumnal-themed beverage is now available in Starbucks – but this guy is not happy about it.

You know it’s autumn when the leaves start to fall and you can buy a pumpkin spice latte from Starbucks.

But, wait, isn’t it still summer? It’s made one guy quite angry. Sean Bauer from Philadelphia has actually been standing outside Starbucks, and other coffee shops prematurely selling pumpkin-flavoured drinks, and protesting.

He’s hoping the #StopprematurePumpkinSpicing movement will take off on Instagram.

It’s on ongoing issue though – here’s Sean last year.

We’d wish him all the best with the protest… but we kind of love pumpkin spice lattes.

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