A “CREEPY” Domino’s Pizza delivery driver freaked out a student after he bombarded her with texts saying “I seen you today”.
The 20-year-old customer, who asked to remain anonymous, has been left terrified he might come back to her flat after dropping off the pizza.
The messages, claiming to be the driver from the Winchester branch, quickly took a sinister turn when he said “I really feel you” and called the accounting student “so beautiful”.
Domino’s confirmed that the driver has been “suspended with immediate effect” pending an investigation.
The customer said: “It was very worrying when I received the texts from this guy.
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“I didn’t realise that they would allow drivers to have access to customer details for personal use.
“I presumed they would have had to go through the store or something if a customer didn’t answer their door.
“He’s not text me since luckily because I just stopped replying.
“They shouldn’t be able to use my number like that. I’m very careful with giving out my details.
“I’m really concerned about if someone else does it too; if another driver can get hold of my details in the future.
“I use Domino’s all the time but I’ll be wary of ordering there again.
“When the guy came to deliver the pizza, he did seem on the creepy side.
“He was just a bit off, but I’m not sure if that’s because of what he did afterwards. Maybe I’m over-thinking it.
“I had my cousins over for the day and we order pizza so often from there.
“It was obviously the driver so I’m not sure if Domino’s can do anything about it.
“I suppose they should be more careful about their customer’s details in the future. I’d hate this to happen again.”
The texts, which were received at around 10pm at night on April 26, are from a number that the girl did not recognise.
In the messages, the texter claimed to be trying to contact someone named Ali but eventually admitted to being the delivery driver, prompting the customer to stop replying and contact Domino’s to inform them of what happened.
A spokesperson from Domino’s said: “We are very sorry to hear about [the customer’s] experience, which was wholly unacceptable.
“The colleague in question has been suspended with immediate effect pending an internal investigation and we are in touch with [the customer] to help put this right”.
Last month locals in the UK’s fattest town caused chaos by flocking to a new Domino’s Pizza that was giving away free food.
Police had to be called to keep order in Whitehaven, Cumbria, after an offer of the first 100 pizzas free sparked a feeding frenzy.
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