JapanLast year, a food safety crisis emerged after a series of spoof videos on restaurants. A year later, another Domino’s Pizza employee was seen filming a spoof video in which he pretended to cut off his nose and then put his fingers in the dough. Domino’s apologized for the inappropriate behavior of the part-time employee and said it was considering legal action.
This spoof video has been postedsocial mediaSpread. The man picking his nose and pouring flour in the video is a male part-time employee working at a Domino’s Pizza branch in Amagasaki city, Hyogo Prefecture. He can clearly be seen wearing a black uniform with the Domino’s store logo.
Domino’s Pizza said the video was filmed in the store at 2 a.m. on February 12 and that the dough was thrown away before use. Domino’s has apologized for this inappropriate behavior and has removed all flour from the Amagasaki store. The store will also remain closed from 12th.
Domino’s said it will take strict action against the employee and is closely reviewing the damage caused to the company by the employee’s misconduct and is considering taking legal action. When the company asked the question, the employee said, ‘I did this just for fun and now I regret it very much.’
Last year in Japan, there were many videos of “confused behavior” (the Japanese word “confused” means to confuse, embarrass, etc.), starting from the large conveyor belt sushi chain “Sushiro”. In the film, people played pranks in the restaurant, including picking up a bottle of soy sauce and licking the mouth of the bottle, drooling on the sushi on the turntable, etc., which made customers afraid to come in, and even the conveyor belt of sushi. “Stopped turning”. After a few months, it gradually subsided.