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Domino’s worker claims he was fired for ‘satirical’ TikToks

A Domino’s employee was reportedly fired from the pizza chain after his unflattering TikToks went viral behind the scenes.

TikToker @peter.4fp went viral on the site after a series of was released Videos of him trying to get fired from Domino’s.

Although they were satirical, according to him, the company obviously didn’t feel the same way.

Fired after trying to get fired, videos go viral

a picture of dominoes on tiktok
TikTok: Peter.4pf

The TikTokers began a video series on April 29 in which they attempted to lose their job at Domino’s Pizza.

The sabotage videos have since been removed from Peter’s TikTok account, which he told the Daily point He did it after a manager found her and threatened to fire him if he didn’t delete her from his profile.

“Apparently my contract said I wasn’t allowed to film while I was working,” Peter told the Daily Dot. “Apparently the videos were ‘harmful’ to Domino’s, although I’ve never done anything against the policy.”

One particular video that went viral was viewed over 400,000 times, claiming that Domino’s used leftover toppings to make its premium pizzas.

However, at the time of writing, there is only one domino-related video left on his site, showing a series of boxes being used as dominoes.

@peter.4pf♬ Original sound – Peter

Peter said his contract allegedly said he wasn’t allowed to film while at work, which he couldn’t confirm. However, according to Dot, there is a part that prohibits filming in Domino’s employee handbook.

While the TikToker was fired, ironically for what his sabotage videos intended (satire or not), he claims he’s confident he’ll get his job behind Domino. Whether that’s true or not remains to be seen.

https://www.dexerto.com/entertainment/dominos-worker-claims-he-was-fired-for-satirical-tiktoks-1823577/ Domino’s worker claims he was fired for ‘satirical’ TikToks

Emma Bowman

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