BBC BREAKFAST weather favourite Carol Kirkwood hit out at a pizza delivery service on Twitter after she said they took more than an hour to deliver food and when it finally arrived it was cold, prompting her to directly message the food chain.
Carol Kirkwood branded Domino’s Pizza “rubbish” when they took almost two hours to deliver food to her friend’s home.
The BBC Breakfast reporter blasted the takeaway giant on Twitter, claiming their telephone line was constantly engaged.
She fumed: “Staying with friends, who ordered a pizza over an hour ago. You have taken their money… where is the pizza?
Responding to Carol, Domino’s Pizza replied: “Sorry to hear this. Please report this to our team so they can look into this for you.”
Seemingly unsatisfied with their apology, 56-year-old Carol raged: “[I] would do if they ever answered the phone.”
Complaining about the quality of the food, she continued: “Pizza took nearly two hours to arrive and 49 phone calls… none of which were answered.
Fans of the well-known broadcaster sympathised with her, with one tweeting: “Noting worse than cold pizza.”
Another added: “That’s not funny at all that happened to me and when it did arrive I complained to the delivery chap and twenty minutes later five pizzas arrived an an apology.”