The Domino's YouTube Incident
The Domino's Youtube Incident took place in the middle of April in 2009 when two thirty-something employees of a Conover, North Carolina Domino's Pizza, 31-year-old Kristy Hammonds and 32-year-old Michael Setzer, thought it would be a bright idea to record themselves sticking some cheese up Michael's nose and farting on the food. The video shortly found its way onto YouTube.
Due to the massive outrage by moralfag YouTubers, disgusted in the same way that they were with the Kenny Glenn incident, a massive number of complaints to both YouTube and Domino's were received, and the story made its way onto Twitter as well and then was covered in the media. Furthermore with YouTube being the censorship faggots that they are, they removed the video, so LiveLeak got the upper hand on hosting the video.
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Domino's quickly went into immediate damage control mode and the employees were promptly fired, sued, and charged with criminal acts. The CEO of Domino's appeared on YouTube and Dominoes created an official twitter account, although the rhyme or reason behind the last is somewhat elusive seeing as that's about as ineffectual as bailing out the motherfucking ocean.
The kicker is that the fat fucks who like to gobble down Dominoes gross pizzas every day will probably not flinch for a second and continue to eat all of Dominoes low-quality dogshit products regardless of whether snot, blood, ass, or semen has touched their good ol' American coronary inducing goodness.
- The Register coverage
- The Business Insider
- New York Times
- Domino's official Twitter
- More videos of ass-sponge contact, and more sneezing and bugger embedding. You can't make this stuff up. Backup
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