Company official: Manager programmed vulgar note to show up on customer’s receipt

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WEST BLOOMFIELD, Mich. – A Michigan woman is upset after she picked up a pizza and noticed a vulgar and sexist note on her receipt.

“I don’t understand why they would treat me this way,” said Keenyatta Robinson.

Robinson says her teenage daughter had ordered a pizza from Domino’s, but noticed the vulgar phrase after getting home with the receipt.

“So I called and placed another order. When I came to pick it up, that receipt had the same vulgar language,” Robinson said.

Robinson told WXYZ that the note may stem from hurt feelings from an incident in 2014.

“We used to get the same pizzas every Friday night. On two occasions, I received a pizza with no sausage, so I called,” she said. “They told me I was complaining too much and they couldn’t serve me anymore.”

She says she was polite, but called corporate because of the store manager’s behavior.

“The manager was upset about it. He was eventually terminated, but his parting gift to us was putting that vulgar comment in her phone number’s notes,” said Ronnie Asmar, director of operations at Domino’s.

Asmar says the manager was fired for being rude to customers and current employees didn’t notice the note, since it only appears on receipts.

While the company tried to apologize, Robinson says the damage is already done.

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