Gee, I wonder which non-Christians. By James Mills in the Daily Mail, with thanks to Kasper:
It is hard to imagine anyone being offended by a hot cross bun.
But kitchen staff at Poole Hospital in Dorset claim they were banned from handing out the traditional Easter treats in case they upset non-Christians.
The decision left patients bemused and disappointed and prompted an angry backlash from staff in the catering department.
In an email to their local paper, sent on Good Friday, the caterers said: "We the kitchen staff of Poole Hospital were disgusted to find that the patients were not getting hot cross buns this morning.
"The manager of the catering department said he was worried about the ethnic minorities that work here."
The workers, who do not want to be individually named, said they had been inundated with calls from nurses on the wards asking why there were no hot cross buns.
Hospital bosses were forced into a U-turn on the issue after complaints from patients and buns were given out, along with an apology, on Easter Monday instead.
The ban is seemingly the latest example of official bodies attempting to remove the religious message from Christian festivals in the name of policital correctness.