Nurses in Texas Got a ‘Rude’ Note After Ordering a Pizza

By Jack Phillips, Epoch Times
April 4, 2016 11:19 am Last Updated: July 11, 2017 10:48 am

Nurses in Paris, Texas, ordered a pizza during their graveyard shift, but the employees at the shop weren’t too happy.

On Wednesday, Kerry Miller, a friend of a Texas nurse at Paris Regional Medical Center posted a note from the Domino’s Pizza employees containing a message that many are saying was quite rude considering the circumstances.

“We would appreciate it very much if you didn’t wait until 5 minutes before we close,” the note read. Miller added: “What the heck? You know, come on.” 


The note was added into a pizza box after it was ordered just minutes before closing time.

“I don’t care if they called one minute ’til, the business is still open,” Miller told KVUE-TV. “Service your customers.”

Miller said that nurses save lives every day no matter the time, the weather, or if there is a holiday.

“How would you feel if you wrote something like that and then the next day you were laying there?” Miller added.

A spokesperson told CBS DFW that the note doesn’t bode well with them.

“We do not condone or encourage this kind of behavior or one-sided ‘dialogue’ with our customers,” the spokesperson, Tim McIntyre, told the station.

Miller said he hopes it doesn’t happen again.

I don’t care if they have to bring a pizza to every floor, those nurses deserve something better.
— Kerry Miller

“I want to see an apology to that hospital,” Miller added. “I don’t care if they have to bring a pizza to every floor, those nurses deserve something better.”

He added: “This is a disgrace that any business has this attitude towards any customer.”

Domino’s Pizza hasn’t issued a statement as to whether the employee will face disciplinary action over the note.

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