Woman horrified as Domino’s pizza arrives with nuts and bolts baked in toppings

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A Domino's customer issued an urgent "choking hazard" warning to others after she discovered nuts and bolts among her pizza toppings.

After ordering a pizza on July 29, the woman was halfway through her meal when she discovered the foreign metal objects baked into the cheese.

She contacted the Fleetwood Road North branch of the fast food chain, which has since apologised and refunded the pizza the following Monday (August 2).

However troubling photos have since emerged online of the tainted pizza in question, Lancs Live reports.

The woman's post tagged local media and a food safety agency and included: "PLEASE PLEASE double check your pizzas before eating I'd hate if I or anyone ingested these!!

"Be careful when ordering from Domino's Pizza at the Thornton-Cleveleys branch on Fleetwood Rd North.

"Serious choking hazard and health and safety issue here sort yourselfs Domino's Pizza [sic].

"Please please share, I'd hate if this was a more serious matter for someone else."

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Domino's Pizza has since responded, apologising for the incident and saying that it had spoken to the store to prevent this from happening again in the future.

A statement from the pizza giant said: "At Domino's we take customer satisfaction and safety extremely seriously – contamination of this nature is extremely rare.

"As soon as we received Ms. Barton's complaint in July we apologised for the distress caused and thoroughly investigated at a store level.

"We swiftly offered Ms. Barton a full refund which she accepted at the time.

"We have reminded our store team of the correct process to avoid any future issues of this nature."

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