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Domino’s, man who attempted to have sex with pizza hash out issues over Twitter

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Apparently there may be an epidemic of men inappropriately wielding their manhood around pizza, as one Twitter user engaged the large restaurant chain Domino’s Pizza after allegedly making love to its product and subsequently burning himself, according to a report today from Gawker.

Just last week the regional manager of a West Virginia Pizza Hut was caught going No. 1 in a sink of an area restaurant, costing not only his job but also causing the location to shut down.

You can read that full Examiner report by clicking here.

Now, back to the man who burned himself making love with a pizza.

A Twitter user by the handle @ITK_AGENT_VIGO reached out to the official Domino’s UK account, asking for the chain to warn customers that making love to its pizza could, in fact, cause burns and should constitute a refund.

Now, certainly this sounds like the beginnings of a trolling exercise on a scale of a teenaged prankster, but Domino’s responded to the man’s tweet, suggesting that he contract the company’s comments department via email, apologized for the oversight, and thanked the man for bring it to the company’s attention.

However, Domino’s attempts to quell the situation didn’t please the man, indicated by further tweets like, “I’m not happy about this, not happy at all …”

The Twitter user then said he’d attempted to get in tough with Domino’s “head office” as advised, to no avail, and that the pizza had attempted to further seduce him with another sex act.

Domino’s UK’s reply: “… That is not what is expected of our pizzas. We raised them better than that!”

Here’s the link to the entire conversation thread, but be advised the tweeter in questioned used somewhat more colorful language in describing the situation.

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