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Mould found covering entire Domino’s pizza

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A man was 'revolted' to find his Domino's pizza completely covered in mould.

Matt Hewett, 41, of Surrey, bought the pizza from a Tolworth branch to share with his son and had already tucked into a slice when he discovered green specks on the crust.

http://metro.co.uk/2...-pizza-4814524/

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Just disgusting! Glad he noticed it, before he had a chance to eat it!

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That's their new 'Blue Cheese' pizza. :P

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Maybe he bought it few days ago and forgot about it :D

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Just disgusting! Glad he noticed it, before he had a chance to eat it!

Judging by the picture and description, I think the man had already had a slice himself. Fortunately, he was the only one and it doesn't appear that he suffered food poisoning :-)

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Eww. Stuff like that from a restaurant is really unacceptable. I would have thought, mistakenly, that these places regularly check their refrigeration units and packaging to make sure everything is as it should be.

There is also a chance this story is a complete hoax too.

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I guess Domino's and I have varying understanding with the definition of the word "fresh".

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This had to have been put in there as a joke.

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Posted (edited)

As a store manager for Domino's Pizza I find this almost impossible, at the very least that something like that be sent out to a customer.

Edited by The___Piper

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This had to have been put in there as a joke.

Even a joke can hurt a business's reputation unfortunately.

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