Tipsy customer accidentally orders a Papa John’s pizza with no toppings: ‘This is weird’

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The Redditor @Crunch1eTwix gave a shoutout to Papa John’s for being a real one. When the user placed an unusual order while tipsy in the middle of the night, the company delivered exactly what they asked for.

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“Shoutout to Papa John’s for honouring my post-pub late night order of accidentally removing every item on a BBQ meat feast, thinking I was adding them,” the user wrote.

In the first photo, there was a pizza pie with no toppings or cheese on it. The pie was covered in only a layer of a very dark sauce. There were also three small garlic dip containers in the box.

In the second photo, he showed a screenshot of his receipt. The order indicated to remove bacon, ham, pepperoni, mozzarella cheese, pork sausage, spicy beef, and special garlic dip from the BBQ Meat Feast.

A Redditor asked, “Did you think you had to manually add each topping to the order yourself or did you think you were doubling the toppings?”

The poster explained with a pint emoji, “Manually. I even remember thinking ‘this is weird’ at the time but didn’t register/compute the word ‘remove’ at the beginning, whoops.”

Other users found the situation to be pretty relatable.

“I did this accidentally once, thought I’d added extra cheese but no I’d removed it,” a user said.

“That’s hilarious. Must have been a great night out at the pub,” another commented.

“I feel yah. Mistakenly removed the burger patty and bun on a Big Mac. Was kinda surprised when just got a slice of cheese with some sauce,” another said.

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