Profane Pizza

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Wednesday, December 8, 2010 - 4:51pm

Woman outraged after finding warning describing her as a "bit!h" on Pizza Hut receipt.

A Hastings, Nebraska woman is fuming after receiving a profane pizza receipt.

Candice Johnson ordered pizza from this Pizza Hut last month.

Her order was wrong.

She called, complained and received store credit.

Two days later she ordered again and this time the order was right, but there was something wrong on her receipt.

"I usually don't look at a receipt I throw them away, but something told me to look at the receipt," said Johnson.

The Pizza Hut driver told her to look at the receipt; she could win $1000 to enter a drawing.

What she found was a $1000 word.

The receipt reads: "Careful this gal is a real bit!h."

The words were in writing and her greatest concern is the words are right next to her address and phone number.

"They can stop by the house at any time, the can call and harass me at anytime," said Johnson.

Johnson said she just called and complained, and didn't do anything to justify the response.

"That would be saying that every mother in this United States of America is a bitch because they want to feed their children and paid money to get the order right," said Johnson.

Johnson made her complaint on the 30th of November.

She said she's never gotten a formal apology, but Peak Interests LLC, a Pizza Hut Franchisee released a statement on December 3rd:

"We regret this unfortunate incident and apologizes to Ms. Johnson for any emotional distress it may have caused to her. This type of action by our employees is contrary to our standards of treating all customers in a friendly manner. The individual employee who wrote this message will be appropriately disciplined. We welcome Ms. Johnson to continue to patronize our establishments and will be pleased to offer her free pizzas as compensation."

Johnson said she's glad they apologized but doesn't want their pizza, and said she plans to take legal action against the store.

"I will never ever, ever go to Pizza Hut again and neither will my family," Johnson said.

Johnson said she didn't eat the pizza after seeing the receipt; she was worried about what was done to the pizza.

She is still planning on taking this matter to court, but can't currently afford a lawyer.

She said she wants to protect others from going through similar ordeals.
 

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