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A car meet publicized on social media that has drawn thousands of car enthusiasts to the Burbank Empire Center in the past, creating mass congestion and havoc, may take place Tuesday for one last time.

Hundreds of car enthusiasts descended on a parking lot at the Empire Center in Burbank for "Krispy Kreme Tuesday" in August 2013. (Credit: KTLA)

Hundreds of car enthusiasts descended on a parking lot at the Empire Center in Burbank for "Krispy Kreme Tuesday" in August 2013. (Credit: KTLA)

Event organizers say pressure from police has forced them to cease any future meet-ups in Burbank. So Tuesday's gathering could be the last in that city. They usually meet outside the Krispy Kreme doughnuts store in the shopping center.

"Due to the sad situation of how the general black and white car treat us [Krispy Kreme Tuesdays] has decided to give us a meet ONE LAST TIME until the long hiatus," organizers wrote on Facebook. "Lets end it with a bang. Krispy Kreme Tuesdays is no longer just Burbank ITS SO-CAL."

The meet-up started small, with about 16 cars meeting at the Empire Center in 2007, the event organizer said in June. But meet-ups eventually grew, drawing thousands of people and cars.

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