A pizza delivery truck that delivered pizzas to a Pizza Hut on a recent Friday afternoon is back in the headlines after a video of the incident went viral.
The video of a pizza delivery man in an alleyway in Vancouver caught the attention of many people on social media, and it has been shared thousands of times on Facebook and YouTube.
The delivery man is wearing a blue hoodie and jeans, and he appears to be driving a red truck.
The man is also carrying a red umbrella, and a man who appears to have a sign on the side of the truck, with a small pizza box with his name and number, can be seen handing out pizzas.
The pizza box has an order number of 1631-3-6, and the man is giving out a box of 20 pizzas for $18.
It’s unclear whether the delivery man or the man who delivers the pizza is a Pizza Store employee, but the video has been viewed thousands of time on Facebook, with over 3,000 shares.
“It’s a sad thing,” said one viewer, “but it is what it is.”
The delivery is still being investigated by police.
According to CBC News, Pizza Hut released a statement on Friday, saying the driver had been arrested.
Pizza Hut has a policy in place to provide a safe, courteous and pleasant experience for customers.
“Our delivery drivers and drivers of other delivery services are trained and certified to deliver pizza to our customers safely and within the legal hours,” the statement read.
“This was a driver’s first time delivering a pizza in Vancouver and the delivery driver is not currently employed by Pizza Hut.
Pizza is our company and we take the safety of our customers very seriously.”