Michigan woman finds vulgar note on Domino’s receipt

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WEST BLOOMFIELD, Mich. — A Michigan woman was appalled when she received her Domino’s Pizza order and found a vulgar and sexist note printed on her receipt.

Keenyatta Robinson had her daughter order pizza from her local Domino’s restaurant, WXYZ reported. When she got home and looked at the receipt, a nasty comment was printed on it. She didn’t know if the note was aimed towards her or her daughter, so she decided to place another order at the same restaurant.

When she got her order, the same vulgar note was on it again.

Robinson then remembered in 2014, her family was part of the “the sausage scandal” at the same Domino’s location.

“On two occasions I received a pizza with no sausage, so I called,” Robinson told WXYZ. “They told me I was complaining too much and they couldn’t serve me anymore.”

Robinson then filed a customer complaint against the manager who said he wouldn’t serve her anymore. The manager was later fired. Before he left though, he put vulgar comments into the notes by her number.

The current employees have since apologized to Robinson for including the nasty comments on the receipts. They also gave her a generous gift card.

The angry customer would not buy into the apologies.

“I was never rude. I tipped the drivers. I mean, what else do they want from a customer,” Robinson said.

Robinson said she was so insulted by the comments that she will never eat at Domino’s Pizza again.

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