It goes without saying that one of the main reasons that pizza delivery is the best last-minute dinner option is the seemingly endless possibilities.
No matter your pizza place of choice, there’s so many mixtures of ingredients and crazy combinations that should satisfy just about anyone. But if you’re a picky eater, there’s usually a suggestions box for each order that allows you to communicate directly with the store to ensure everything is just as you expected. However, it’s this sneaky suggestions box that recently got a Virginia Pizza Hut delivery girl fired for following through with the family’s crazy request.
It might seem like a strange request, but when one Pizza Hut employee received a request to write a dirty joke on the inside of the pizza box, she naively gave the customer what they wanted. Unbeknownst to both the pizza delivery driver and the recipient of the pizza, the strange request was the cruel joke of the mom’s two young boys. Here’s what it said: “What do a pizza delivery driver and a gynecologist have in common? They both have to smell it, but neither of them gets to eat it.”
Without all the details of the incident at her disposal at the time, it comes as no surprise that mom took to social media to share her disgust at the driver’s crude joke. The local Pizza Hut store heard about the incident and promptly fired the delivery driver.
What would you do if you got this joke in your pizza box? This mom complained and the @pizzahut worker was fired even though the customer asked for a joke in their online order. Now mom’s being cyber bullied. pic.twitter.com/sxhirwvYiW
— Q McCray (@ABC7Q) December 15, 2017
After the story went viral, people took the side of the delivery driver and the hashtag #justiceforpizzagirl instantly started trending.
(via Food Beast)
If I’m being honest, I’m torn when it comes to how I feel about this story. Obviously this mom might have overreacted at a tasteless joke, but at the same time, what’s the worst that could have happened had the driver not followed through with the odd request? A tip deduction?
VIA : http://www.viralnova.com