Skip to comments.Chuck E. Cheese's denies disturbing claim company RECYCLES uneaten pizzas...(Truncated)
Posted on 02/13/2019 7:02:27 AM PST by Bloody Sam Roberts
Chuck E. Cheese's, an American go-to party place for children's entertainment and pizza, has denied a disturbing conspiracy theory claiming its uneaten pies are recycled, reheated and served to new customers.
Famed YouTuber Shane Dawson, who has attracted well over 20million subscribers on his hit channel, released a viral video Monday sharing his longtime conspiracy theory.
In the hour and a half-long compilation, he shares photos and videos of unappealing and disfigured Chuck E. Cheese's pizzas, and visits an eatery where he and his friends are stunned by what they witness.
The 30-year-old comedian said: 'I mean come on... it never lines up. If you pushed this pizza together there's no f****** way that's a circle.'
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The visual evidence is tough to refute.
I would say Occam's Razor applies. Or like physicians say, when you hear hoof beats, expect horses, not zebras.
If this is proven to be true, the places that do this should be shut down.
The company’s mascot is a scary looking rat
I would not expect anything less of them
The pizza is awful. So, how would you know if they were doing this?
If they donated the leftovers to a charity would be okay, I guess..............
At Domino's, if we had a canceled order, or brought one back because the customer was passed out, we had a 'crew pie', or donated them to the food bank.
But you NEVER ate anything that was in the hands of a customer, then returned.
In our area, Chuckie Cheese is where the welfare moms take their kids to go wild for an afternoon. There are constant fights and disturbances. The town is thinking of shutting it down because of so many police calls. Perhaps they need to look at the health aspects too.
I think a lot depends on the local manager. If the local place is in an area where profit margins are tight, and people don’t care anyway, they are more likely to do that.
I once worked cooking pizzas, a long time ago.
Those look ok. Pepperonis that are sliced by a slicer with a slightly dull blade, will be depressed by the slicer on the edges. That is what it appears to be, to me.
The guy is sort of a muckraker. To tell the truth.
Just saying. They look ok to me.
real pizza does not come with yellow rat cheese on it.
that said, I always preferred pizza that was left out overnight, has a nice chewy texture.
Absolute baloney. I worked there for almost two years. Doesn’t happen. Someone just wanted a viral video.
Pizzas aren’t picture-perfect. Look at any micro dinner vs the picture on the package. These are serious charges, and more sensational than true.
My issue with Chuck E Cheese has always been the giant rat in a pizza joint. What gives?
Well, I heard that Chuck E. Cheese’s pepperoni is made out of ground earthworms...
This is like blaming the entire Burger King company when a dumbazz employee decides to take a bath in their sink.
Same with salsa and chips at Mexican food places.
Eating at home is cheaper and healthier.
And the different sized slices? Clearly not from the same pizza. And if they are/were, did the server drop the pizza and reassemble it? Either way, toss it and make a fresh one.
What I found is that some companies appropriate a quarterly budget to each store for inventory and costs. The local manager is paid any excess left over of that budget as an additional bonus to their own salary. So if they cut corners here and there they can make that bonus larger for themselves. This bonus concept is something I would NEVER implement in my business.
I can see a pizza place combining pans during a buffet but that’s just gross claiming it was from a table order.
Laws prevent donating food to charities now days. They can’t even give it to pig farmers.
Austin, TX is trying to get restaurants to cut down on their garbage by 70%. Don’t know how they’re supposed to do that when they aren’t allowed to donate the food.
Many years ago, our grocery store would set out old produce, bread and past “best use by” dated packaged items on tables outside for anyone to take home for free. Now days, it all goes into the dumpster with signs threatening arrest if you dumpster dive.
Also, many years ago, at closing time at the drive-thru, they’d load you up with all the already cooked food for almost no cost. And again, these days it goes in the garbage.
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