Nurses who ordered pizza at closing time get rude message on receipt


Nurses often have to eat on the run, but the employees at a Domino’s in Texas were not sympathetic.

On Wednesday night, a group of nurses who work at Paris Regional Hospital ordered a pizza from the local Domino’s. When the pizza arrived, there was a note on the receipt. It said, “Thanks! We would appreciate it VERY much it you didn’t wait 5 minutes before we close.”

WHAT WOULD YOU DO?  Some nurses in Paris, Texas ordered pizza but they got a topping they did not order… A note...

Posted by CBS DFW on Friday, April 1, 2016

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Kerry Miller, a friend of a nurse, was upset by the tone of the message and posted it on social media. Miller wrote on Facebook, “Nurses work long hours and eat when they can as they take care of our loved one. A business is open until they close and are in business to service the public.”

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Posted by Kerry Miller on Friday, April 1, 2016

CBS11 contacted the Domino’s restaurant that the nurses ordered from, but staff members would not speak about the incident. A company spokesperson told CBS11 via a statement, “We do not condone or encourage this kind of behavior or one-sided ‘dialogue’ with our customers.” 

Miller thinks the nurses are owed an apology.



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