Domino's pizza video on YouTube grosses out customers
A video by two Domino's Pizza employees, Kristy and Michael, on YouTube shows Michael making sandwiches and putting the cheese up his nose and farting on a piece of salami, and then putting it on the sandwich to send out to the customers.
(the original video on YouTube has been removed due to a copyright claim by Kristy Hammonds)
Kristy and Michael have now been charged and released from the police station in North Carolina and are awaiting sentencing, which could mean they spend 4 months to a year in jail.
Kristy has a prior record including claims of sexual battery and she is on the North Carolina's sex offender registry.
The dialogue in some of the video is really shocking:
"In about five minutes these will be sent out and somebody will be eating these -- yes, eating these," Kristy says in the video. "And little do they know that the cheese was in his nose and that there was some lethal gas that ended up on their salami. Now that's how we roll at Domino's."
A spokesperson for Domino's says apologises on YouTube and the affected franchisee has filed a complaint, and possible civil action is being considered against the two for defamation of the brand.
"Any idiot with a webcam and an internet connection can attempt to undo all that's right about the brand," he said
Kristy did send an e-mail to her boss saying how they were just playing around and how no food was sent out to the customer.
However it seems that Kristy and Michael have made a series of videos while they were at work.