Hello, I'm Patrick Doyle, President of Domino's USA. Recently, we discovered a video of two Domino's team members who thought their acts would be a funny YouTube hoax. We sincerely apologize for this incident. We thank members of the online community who quickly alerted us and allowed us to take immediate action. Although the individuals in question claim it's a hoax, we are taking this incredibly seriously. This was an isolated in Conover, North Carolina. The two team members have been dismissed and there are felony warrants out for their arrest. The store has been shut down and sanitized from top to bottom. There is nothing more important or sacred to us than our customers' trust. We are reexamining all of our hiring practices to make sure that people like this don't make it into our stores. We have auditors in our stores across the country, every day of the week, making sure our stores are as clean as they can possible be and that we're delivering high quality food to our customers day in and day out. The independent owner of that store is reeling from the damage that this has caused and it's not a surprise that this has caused a lot of damage to our brand. It sickens me that the actions of two individuals could impact our great system where 125,000 men and women work for local business owners around the US and more than 60 countries around the world. We take tremendous pride in crafting delicious food that they deliver to you every day. There are so many people who have come forward with messages of support for us and we want to thank you for hanging in there with us as we work to regain your trust. Thank you.

After two Domino's employees uploaded disgusting videos of themselves, the President of Domino's issued an apology.