2 Ohio Pizza Parlor Workers Fired After Placing Swastika Sign On Client's Pizza
Next Post

Press {{ keys }} + D to make this page bookmarked.


2 Ohio Pizza Parlor Workers Fired After Placing Swastika Sign On Client's Pizza


Fastfood restaurant chain Little Caesar Enterprises, Inc. fired two of their employees after a customer complaint. According to the applicants, they decided to have a pizza snack and ordered pepperoni, but when they opened the box, they saw the swastika back to front.

“So my husband stopped at #LittleCaesars for a quick bite, husband brings this home! I’m truly disappointed. This is truly saddening and disturbing and not funny at all! These aren’t funny jokes and shouldn’t be made period and on company time?!”


The company soon issued an official statement to 19News in connection with the incident.

“We have zero tolerance for racism and discrimination in any form, and these franchise store employees were immediately terminated. We’re deeply disappointed that this happened, as this conduct is completely against our values. We have also reached out to the customer to discuss this personally with him.”

According to official information, the incident occurred in Brook Park, Ohio Little Caesars. The couple, Misty Laska and her husband, Jason called this joke not funny and urged not to joke in this way.

“The point is, there should not be this kind of hate happening today. With the climate we’re in right now, why make a joke like that?” said Misty. “We’re trying to solve hate and even if this was just a joke internally for the employees, just stop. Stop with the symbolism and let it go away,” Jason added.

Author: Usa Really