Is this apology video from Domino’s President Patrick Doyle going to be able to fix the mess those cheesehead employees when they posted that ultra disgusting video? Sure, the employees have been fired, but the internet is on fire with not only the lack santiary issues of the company, but the fact that one of the culprits is a registered sex offender. Moms and Pops everywhere are quickly removing the Domino’s number from their speed dial. In an e-mail to Domino’s, the woman in the video, Kristy Lynn Hammond claimed it was all a prank. Sure it was. Domino’s isn’t buy it either and has filed civil and criminal charges.
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