Tim Driscoll, a lawyer from Corrimal, Australia, finally got his day of justice in court when Domino’s was ordered to refund him for a pizza order from April of 2015, as well as paying his court fees, for a total of $1203.27 AUS ($912), The Daily Telegraph reported.
Driscoll never received the three pizzas, two garlic breads, and two 1.25-liters of Coke — costing a total of $37.35 AUS ($28), paid for online — that he had ordered for himself and his friends on Anzac Day, a holiday honoring the armed forces of Australia and New Zealand. Though the manager apologized to Driscoll when the order failed to arrive and promised him a refund, he never got his money back.
“We are disappointed and embarrassed to hear that we have let down a pizza loving customer. We can confirm we provided free pizza vouchers to our customer at the time of the incident but we clearly could have and should have done more,” a statement from the company read.