A Philadelphia woman is going viral after sharing the “unethical” practice she discovered...
ordering what she believed was
a run-of-the-mill pizza order.
The woman, who shared her story on
Reddit under the name u/KendallNeff,
explained on the forum...
that she’d recently ordered dinner from a local restaurant.
The Redditor placed her order through GrubHub, selecting a North Philadelphia-based spot called Pasqually’s Pizza & Wings.
But when the food arrived, the woman
and her husband realized something
strange about their pizza — .
it was actually from
Chuck E. Cheese.
The woman first realized something
was wrong when her husband
googled the name “Pasqually,” .
and found that the restaurant’s name was
the same as that of a fictional pizza chef in
the universe of Chuck E. Cheese characters.
Then, the Redditor confronted her delivery driver, who admitted he’d picked the food
up from a brick-and-mortar store.
The reveal drew a wide-spanning
reaction among Reddit users.
“I hate that s***. This should
be illegal,” one wrote