Mystery around how screws ended up on customer’s pizza

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A hungry customer was shocked to find two large screws on their ham-and-pineapple pizza they had delivered to their home in western Adelaide.

The order was placed at Bradman Pizza House in Cowandilla on Friday night but a short time later, the owners would receive a surprising call.

“My business partner, he answered the phone and he was shocked as well,” Aman Sidhu told 9News.

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A hungry customer was shocked to find two large screws on their ham-and-pineapple pizza they had delivered to their home in western Adelaide.

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“He told me there’s screws in the pizza.”

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A replacement pizza was sent to the customer while the other one was taken away.

Sidhu said his chefs were immediately questioned and claimed it would have been impossible for the screws to get there by mistake.

He also reviewed security footage which showed no sign of the bolts when the pizza was made.

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A hungry customer was shocked to find two large screws on their ham-and-pineapple pizza they had delivered to their home in western Adelaide.

“We have checked the CCTV footage which shows there is no problem from our side. Everything was fine,” he said.

The owner claimed it could have been the Uber driver who put them there after a minor argument broke out when he had collected the order. 

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“Any kid eating it and the screw gets stuck in their throat, he could actually kill someone. Or someone gets tooth damage, who is going to pay for the dentist,” business partner Vish Tiwari said. 

Bradman Pizza House have complained to Uber and froze the contaminated pizza to keep as evidence.

Uber said it takes reports of tampering with orders very seriously with anyone found guilty to lose permanent access to its app. 

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