It ended in tears after a lady ordered a triple decker pizza for delivery. As most people are aware that due to different reasons some individuals have moved towards buying things online. This can be quite convenient especially if one is working from home, or has a busy schedule. It reduces the time from going to buy in store.
However as much as it may be a good option, there are a few things that could go wrong. With that being said, a lady had to witness that in real life. She took to twitter a picture of her order immediately after delivery.
However it was unfortunate that the state the pizza was in, wasn't what she expected. She mentioned that this was quite a bad experience and call upon the company to get it fixed. Fortunately they did respond and were willing to help her out. See people's reactions down below;
Share your thoughts on the comment section, what do you think of what happened to the lady? And have you ever ordered food for delivery and how was the experience overall?
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