Employees fired after Saturday’s accident
BROOK PARK, Ohio (WJW) – One of Little Caesars’ hot pizzas recently left the customer speechless.
Jason Laska stopped at the Little Caesars store on Smith and Snow streets in Brook Park.
“She turned around and asked me”
He ordered a pepperoni pizza. When he got home and opened the box, he found the peppers on the swastika-shaped pizza.
“I was as if they hadn’t cut our pizza, but then I stepped back for a second and saw the symbol. And I looked at it and I was like” Wait, did you have to order a fresh pizza or something? ” Misty Laska said.
Laskas didn’t eat pizza, instead they kept it for evidence. They immediately called the shop, which had been closed a few minutes earlier. On Sunday they received a call from the local owner and the Little Caesars corporate office.
“I told him it had to be an internal joke that they were playing with each other and with the other employee, and pizza should never have gone out. He also confirmed that he let go of the employees that morning, “said Jason.
Laskas often visit that little Caesar because he is so close to their home, but after Saturday’s accident, they will never go there or anywhere else for little Caesar.
“It is unacceptable and in our mind, we will never go back there,” said Jason.
“We are the type of people who support diversity in our country, we embrace it and we love it. We just want to see this hate stop, “said Misty.
A Little Caesars spokeswoman made the following statement Sunday evening:
“We have zero tolerance for racism and discrimination in any form and these employees of the franchise shop were immediately fired. We are deeply disappointed that this has happened, as this conduct is completely contrary to our values. We also contacted the customer to discuss it personally with him. “
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