Domino's Pizza Video Hoax Damages Company Reputation (VIDEO)

 kirsty hammonds and michael setzer

Two Domino's Pizza employees in Conover, NC, filmed a disgusting video in the restaurant's kitchen which has caused a storm of outrage and created a public relations nightmare for the company.

Kristy Hammonds, 31, and Michael Setzer, 32, posted a graphic video on YouTube showing Setzer preparing unsanitary sandwiches while putting cheese up his nose, nasal mucus on the sandwiches, and violating other health-code standards while Hammonds provides narration.

“In about five minutes it’ll be sent out on delivery where somebody will be eating these, yes, eating them, and little did they know that cheese was in his nose and that there was some lethal gas that ended up on their salami,” Kristy says while filming the video. “Now that’s how we roll at Domino’s.”

Although the two claim the sandwiches were never delivered, they have been slapped with felony charges for the incident.

Domino’s fired the two employees, and they were in the custody of the Conover police department on Wednesday evening, facing felony charges for delivering prohibited foods.

Patrick Doyle, President of Domino's U.S.A., responded to the video hoax by creating a Twitter account and a Youtube video of his own to respond to the incident.

View video below.

Here is a link to the Domino's Pizza hoax video (WARNING: video is disturbing -- may cause queasiness.  I certainly wouldn't recommend watching during your lunch hour)