Domino's delivery driver handing customer pizza at door (l) Domino's delivery car with logo on top (c) Domino's delivery driver speaking to customer at door pointing to car (r)

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‘The entitlement is killing me’: Domino’s delivery driver asks customer for tip before handing them the pizza

'So you have a car? Come get it next time.'


Rebekah Harding


Posted on Dec 13, 2022   Updated on Dec 13, 2022, 6:01 pm CST

A customer posted security camera footage of a Domino’s delivery driver asking them for a tip as they handed them a pizza in a now-viral TikTok, angering some people in the comments.

In the video posted by TikToker X (@user626366461) on Dec. 11, the Domino’s worker asks for a tip and when the person doesn’t immediately offer one, points out that the customer has a car. She then tells them to “drive” to get their pizza.

The customer explains to the driver that delivery is more for her “convenience” and says “have a good day” without handing them a tip.

“Come get it next time,” the worker says as they leave the porch.

The caption reads, “Umm…. The entitlement is killing me. #dominos come get your girl Absolutky the f not.”

@user626366461 Umm…. The entitlement is killing me 😂 #dominos ♬ original sound – X

The video got over 2.7 million views as of Dec. 13, with users split on who was in the wrong.

“STG get ur broke ahh on next time & go get it,” one commenter said, criticizing the customer.

“That’s embarrassing not to tip a driver,” another wrote.

However, others came to the customer’s defense, putting the driver on blast for asking for a tip before completing the delivery.

“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,” one user wrote.

“I always tip. But the audacity to immediately say ‘tip??’ another said.

“Who asks for a tip BEFORE giving the pizza though? Lol,” a third added.

The user responded to some of the outrage on her video about not tipping by sharing a new video, telling the driver and others who were upset that they could learn to code.

The Daily Dot reached out to X via TikTok comment and to Domino’s via email.

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*First Published: Dec 13, 2022, 4:38 pm CST