After Dominos took to awesomely livestreaming one of their shops making pies in Utah, a reporter for The Daily Dot tried to figure out in which shop all the action was taking place:
"Oh, Domino’s, you thought you could get one over on us. You thought I’d give up after calling every store in Salt Lake City [Ed.: This is true] because that’s where you said your livestream was taking place. But no, as it turns out, the livestreamed Domino’s is not in SLC at all, but a town 30 miles away. And I found it. I found the livestream store. All thanks to a Salt Lake City employee who probably should have kept his mouth shut."
Then she tried to get them to make a design on her pizza so she could watch it be made, a perfectly reasonable request.
"I asked if he could make a 'D' in pepperoni so I could see it on the camera. He said the store doesn’t take pepperoni requests. And then he admitted that corporate is watching the livestream cameras, so employees are supposed to act 'regular.'"
That's mad creepy, Dominos.
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