A telephone operator for Dominos Pizza has been sacked after it emerged he had not been recording orders correctly, if at all. Paul Bradley, who worked in the Bodmin branch of the global pizza franchise is reported to have recorded 147 orders incorrectly. The offences range from not adding the extra garlic and herb dip ordered to changing one number of the delivery address.
"We realised something was wrong when we had to send members of our moped army out to rectify orders" Store Manager Chris P Base told us. "We would also have drivers out for hours trying to find addresses that didn't exist, whilst the customer called back trying to track down the order, it was just chaos".
Dominos Pizza's Telephone Training Manager explained "we shall be launching an enquiry into how this could have happened. We understand that colleagues around him could hear what he was doing, but they found his antics quite funny. However he was putting delivery drivers at risk from angry customers who were short delivered their garlic bread".
Sally Hollis was one of the many customers affected by Mr Bradley's actions. "We had ordered a large Pepperoni Passion stuffed crust, but because of the irresponsible actions of this telephone operator, the base was not stuffed crust. We had to wait half an hour for the error to be rectified, we could have died of starvation".
The stress of the situation has taken it's toll on Mr Bradley. His dead body was found last night in a wooded area by a man walking his dog, covered in cheese, tomato sauce, and pineapple. It is believed he topped himself