Customer calls local pizza restaurant out with hilarious viral video

Customer calls local pizza restaurant out with hilarious viral video

- A man has taken to social media to air his frustration over a local restaurant

- He placed an order and received what looked like an under-cooked product

- Many social media users weighed in on the situation in amusement

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A man has taken to social media to voice his displeasure about a local pizza restaurant. This is after he placed an order and received what looked like an under-cooked product. He shared a video showing the pizza and it has been viewed over 45 000 times. The pizza outlet has since responded to the post.

Twitter user Vuyo_Unchained took to social media to slam Debonairs Pizza for delivering what looked like an under-cooked pizza. He shared a video showing the pizza, still in the box. The footage went viral online and many added their own opinions on the situation.

Twitter user n_blxck said:

"You can literally put those tomato slices in the fridge and use them when cooking the next day."

Sentletse said:

"People who order pizza from Debonairs deserve everything they get."

Redrawsy said:

"First joke of the decade. I am failing to breathe."

Alma_Gugulethu said:

"It's hard to defend Debonairs makunje"

DmitriTevzadze said:

"Wow. A sandwich that looks like it climbed out of a coffin before having some sad tomatoes placed on top??? Ei askies Vuyo"

Onathi_Shinga said:

"Surely buying pizza at Debonairs in 2020 should be a crime"

MemelaStha said:

"I’ve been singing this song! Never order online from them, worse from Umhlanga Total garage, yeyyy they will humble you!"

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Debonairs has since addressed the issue and responded to the tweet:

"Hi Vuyo, we would like to attend to the matter, please DM us your contact details and the branch so we can get in touch."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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