Everyone knows that rumble in your stomach that means that it’s time to eat, but federal prison guards ended up paying a hefty price for allaying their hunger pangs pizza, after a shackled inmate managed to escape while the transport van was stopped at a Georgia Pizza Hut. [More]
“When I was at work today I went to the breakroom to relax, only to walk in to see a guy from the corporate office and [a] pizza,” writes reader S. Who doesn’t like free food in the breakroom at work? S. found that pizza’s side dish distasteful: a request for store employees to call their representative in Congress about a piece of pending legislation that’s important to Best Buy’s survival. [More]
Chuck tells Consumerist that he witnessed a strange transaction at Pizza Hut recently. When another customer went to pay for her purchase with a credit card, the person behind the counter asked to see her ID before allowing her to pay for her pizzas with a credit card. She didn’t have any ID with her, and was forced to leave without her pizzas. [More]
While it’s true that the laws of physics limit how many toppings one really can put on a pizza, reader Andrew in Austin was still amused to read this ad for Gatti’s which features “unlimited” toppings with a limit of five toppings.