Delivery driver asks customer for tip before handing over pizza and gets 'insane' response
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A pizza delivery driver has gone viral after asking the customer for a tip before even handing over the food.
The customer shared security footage of the Domino's Pizza delivery driver telling them to 'come get it next time' as she left the porch.
Check out the very awkward exchange below:
After immediately asking for a tip, the delivery driver points out that the customer has a car to 'drive' and get their pizza if they weren't willing to tip.
The customer then says that she chose home delivery for her own 'convenience', before proceeding to tell the driver to 'have a nice day' - without leaving any tip.
The seemingly wound-up Domino's worker then tells the customer to 'come get it next time' after leaving the porch.
The clip above - uploaded by @user626366461 - has now gone viral on TikTok and the fiery exchange has divided TikTokers, with responses consisting of arguments for both sides.
One person thought: "Lol, you’re cheap!! Lmao! Who doesn’t tip?!?" while another added: "No tip…? I could never."
Someone else agreed: "Yeah sorry I’m on drivers side on this one."
However, one person argued: "If someone asks for a tip before the food is even passed over they ain't getting s**t, especially when they are talking about me having a car."
A second viewer said: "If someone literally said 'tip?' to me before I had the chance to even reach in my pocket and grab it, I simply wouldn’t give it to her anymore."
"How are you asking for a tip before the pizza is even in her hands," someone else questioned.
Another person joked: "After that, I'd order everyday just to make her drive for no tip."
On the company website, it says: "Tips are a big deal to our drivers, so thank you.
"We'll make sure your actual driver gets your actual tip. And, we'll see you again soon."
UNILAD has contacted Domino's Pizza for comment.
Earlier this year, Domino's US introduced 'carryout tips' for customers in-store.
"It takes skill to get pizza from a Domino's store to your door," said Art D'Elia, Domino's executive president – chief marketing officer.
"As a reward, Domino's is giving a $3 tip to online carryout customers who take the time and energy out of their day to act as their own delivery drivers. After all, we think they deserve it."