Man stuck on 5-hour train ride without food gets Domino's delivered

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Whether changing the pizza delivery game by allowing customers to order a pie with an emoji or unveiling food delivery robots, Domino’s has become one of the coolest and dedicated pizza chains to ever exist.

And this moment is further proof: A Domino’s deliveryman brought a guy some food in the middle of a five-hour train ride from Glasgow to Sheffield. The hungry traveler— artworkmagnetic on Imgur—ordered the mobile meal because the train didn’t offer any meal service.

As you can see, artworkmagnetic is pretty stoked to get his pizza—but even better is seeing the Domino’s deliveryman run to him, so dedicated to giving people across the world quality pizza for an affordable price.

Don’t worry, guys, he got a generous tip.


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