You can come across a lot of interesting videos on Twitter.
I recently came across this video on Instagram.
A costumer went into Domino's pizza, ordered, and was upset with where her food was being made. It looked like her food was being made in a "dirty sink." I don't think that's a dirty sink, I just think it's a really dirty pizza station, but I'm not sure.
One person left a comment under this video:
"Ex domino’s employee here. This was definitely near closing. That is the pizza station, yes, there is usually grate inserts on the top so that it’s a flat surface to slide the pans on. It holds the pan but let’s cheese and other toppings fall through. Definitely not a good employee though making the food inside of the pizza station. Should of put it on a pan and held it above or something. But also on the other lady’s part. She came in so close to closing that they were already tearing down and cleaning plus she was rude to other patrons in the store. soo no one is in the right here 🤷🏼♀️"
and another person wrote,
"It’s not. As a Domino’s employee, I think everyone’s the asshole here. Where she was making the food was under the make line, where the catch trays and grates are supposed to be but I’m assuming they were in the process of closing and cleaning. All that cheese and shit that was next to the wings was probably a days worth of random topping and cheese buildup that fell past everything. Which is really really gross in my book, because that line looks filthy. She wasn’t even using a screen under the parchment. So whatever sticks to the parchment is going right into the customers box.
Edit: the more I look at the makeline the more grossed out I get. There’s 0 excuse for that. Maybe the lady shouldn’t have freaked the fuck out like she did but maybe those employees need better standards too."
What do you think?
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