Nurse working graveyard shift receives ‘rude' note from Domino's for late order

- A Texas nurse is calling for Domino’s to apologize after an employee wrote a “rude” note on a late-night pizza order.

On March 30, an unnamed employee working the night shift at Paris Regional Medical Center in Paris, Texas ordered a meal for the staff from a local Domino’s Pizza.

When the food arrived, a handwritten note was scrawled on the side of a pizza: “We would appreciate it very much if you didn’t wait until 5 minutes before we close.”

According to KTVT, the nurse had placed the order with the pizza chain five minutes before the store closed at midnight.

Kerry Miller, a friend of the nurse, shared the image of the note on Facebook, calling the incident a “disgrace” and urging people to share so the chain will “stop the rudeness.”

 

Please help in this matter Share Share Share!! On March 30 2016 the nurses at Paris Regional Hospital ordered a pizza,...

Posted by Kerry Miller on Friday, April 1, 2016
 

Miller went on to say that, "Nurses work long hours and eat when they can as they take care" of people's loved ones, and pointed out that "A business is open until they close and are in business to service the public."

Miller ended by urging the chain to apologize, and even said the nurses deserve an apology, and about as much pizza as the shop can deliver. 

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