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#121
THAT'S AMORE: Domino's wants you to propose with this $9G pizza engagement ring
Eddie Chau
Published:
February 5, 2020
Updated:
February 5, 2020 11:21 AM EST
This pizza slice-shaped engagement ring by Domino's costs $9,000. (Twitter)
When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie. That’s amore.
It seems like Domino’s Pizza is capitalizing on those famous lyrics by Dean Martin by selling a $9,000 engagement ring shaped like a pizza slice.
On Monday, Domino’s Australia showed off a design for a diamond-encrusted, pizza slice-shaped engagement ring in hopes that the lucky partner of a pizza enthusiast will say “I cheese you” to their love … and a pepperoni slice at the same time.
Does someone have a 'pizza' your heart? We're giving one lucky pizza lover the chance to pop the question with this diamond pizza slice engagement ring! http://t.co/QmHvP84I8I #pizza #engagementring pic.twitter.com/tG4G5DdwNc
— Domino's Australia (@Dominos_AU) February 3, 2020
“Does someone have a ‘pizza’ your heart? We’re giving one lucky pizza lover the chance to pop the question with this diamond pizza slice engagement ring,” Domino’s Australia tweeted.
According to the pizza chain, the ring is worth more than $9,000, and in order to win the one-of-a-kind pizza bling, one must fill out an entry form along with the submission of a 30-second video detailing “how you will involve pizza in your proposal.”
It goes without saying, hiding the ring in a pizza slice likely won’t be the best way to propose. It would result in more shattered teeth than future wedded bliss.
It’s not known whether the contest is open to pizza lovers outside of Australia.

http://woobox.com/kdq4pf
http://twitter.com/Dominos_AU/status...39879195746305
http://torontosun.com/news/weird/tha...ngagement-ring
 
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#122
Gino's Pizza worker fired over gay slur
Jenny Yuen
More from Jenny Yuen
Published:
February 18, 2020
Updated:
February 18, 2020 4:29 PM EST
Pepperoni pizza.POSTMEDIA
A local pizza joint is under fire after an employee allegedly refused service to a gay customer.
Jeremy Mizu filmed a video of an argument he had with the Gino’s Pizza employee in the Yonge St.-Eglinton Ave. area location Friday night.
“Last night I was called a f—– and told to leave store because I opened the door and it was cold,” tweeted Mizu.
Last night I was called a faggot and told to leave store because I opened the door and it was cold. This is the worker after the manager had been standing up for him. Here he is calling me a faggot and smirking. http://t.co/PJlns46rZK
— Jeremy Mizu (@MizuJeremy) February 15, 2020
In the 16-second video, Mizu is heard saying to a man wearing a red and white Gino’s Pizza shirt, “I can film you. I’m allowed.”
“You are?” responds the worker. “Because you are a f—–?”
The video has been watched more than 27,000 times.
The caption in the tweet — also shared by LGBTQ rights advocate Rob Gill — states Mizu was denied service “for being gay and was called a f—–.”
Toronto man Jeremy Mizu was denied service at @GinosPizzaCDN (Yonge & Eg in Toronto) for being gay and was called a “faggot”.
This. Is. NOT. Okay. #LGBTQtwitter #HateSpeech #cdnpoli #onpoli @JohnTory @kristynwongtam pic.twitter.com/hIzGM5ZrVT
— Rob Gill (@vote4robgill) February 15, 2020
I opened the door once. The Irish girls were with me and were telling the manager how it’s unacceptable and we want a refund. They did not give us said refund. But either way to call me a faggot several times for opening the door? Still unacceptable. http://t.co/m2V31BNxqW
— Jeremy Mizu (@MizuJeremy) February 15, 2020
Gino’s Pizza replied on Twitter, thanking people for bringing the incident to their attention and confirmed the employee has been fired.
“Gino’s Pizza management has been investigating this issue. This was clearly a violation of our staff conduct policies and code of ethics that all our employees must adhere to,” the company wrote in a statement.
Thank you all for bringing this to our attention. We’re taking this matter very seriously. The employee involved has been terminated. pic.twitter.com/6BtSs1JEC9
— Gino's Pizza (@GinosPizzaCDN) February 15, 2020
“We take this matter extremely seriously and as a result, the employee involved has been terminated. Gino’s Pizza is a supporter of the LGBTQ community and apologizes for the actions of this former employee.”
jyuen@postmedia.com
http://torontosun.com/news/local-new...-over-gay-slur
 
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