Arrest Warrants Issued For Domino's Outlaws Kristy And Michael, While Domino's Prez Apologizes Online

The saga of Kristy and Michael, the two (former) Domino’s employees whose on-the-job shenanigans made it to YouTube earlier this week, continues. Now there are warrants out for their arrests, and Domino’s says it plans to sue them. Seriously, if you work in the food industry and are nursing some grudges, just… try to hold them in until you can find a job better suited to you.

Domino’s has even issued its own YouTube video from Patrick Doyle, the pizza chain’s President. Just note that the “members of the online community” that he thanks are all Consumerist readers—they’re the ones who did the detective work for the company.

“Arrest warrants issued in YouTube pizza prank” [Charlotte Observer] (Thanks to everyone who sent these tips in today!)

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