A Domino’s driver discovered himself on the mistaken facet of the regulation when he tried to ship pizza to a buyer known as “Elizabeth” — at Buckingham Palace.
The bike rider was dispatched with 4 giant Cheeseburger pizzas to Britain’s best-known tackle final Thursday afternoon. However he sparked confusion when he tried to make his well past safety on the gates to drop off his tasty 46-pound ($58) take-out deal with.
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“The motive force was stopped by two armed cops who acquired him to get off his bike and park up. One among them then radioed by to the management room to verify if the Queen had certainly ordered a pizza,” a supply advised The Solar
“The subsequent factor the copper stated was ‘Sorry sir, Elizabeth is the identify of the Queen — and she or he lives at Buckingham Palace. I feel somebody is winding you up.’
“The poor man appeared very confused and simply rode off.”
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A Domino’s spokeswoman tracked the order, which was made through phone on the firm’s London Victoria retailer, with a promise of a money fee on supply.
“We’ve all the time suspected the Queen was a secret Domino’s fan and the order to Buckingham Palace virtually confirmed our suspicions,” retailer supervisor Zsuzsanna Queiser stated.
“We didn’t fairly make it previous the gate, however the 4 giant Cheeseburger pizzas appeared to go down fairly properly with the cops on obligation. Subsequent time, Your Majesty.”
A Met Police spokeswoman stated the division doesn’t “touch upon safety issues.”
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