Pizza Hut Singapore's offensive receipt blunder left a customer steaming mad, so she took to social media to get the chain's attention -- and it worked.
The woman's takeout order came with two pizzas and a handwritten note on the receipt describing her as "pink fat lady."
Pizza Hut was quick to apologize and says it's investigating. Though the customer says she's happy Pizza Hut is doing something about the comment, she still used Twitter to call them out on the insensitive note.
She wrote, "As a customer I definitely hope to be treated with basic respect deserved by any others. I hope to receive an apology from the staff and Pizza Hut."
She received that apology, which reads like a five-paragraph essay on Pizza Hut Singapore's Facebook page.
This is hardly the first time a restaurant's had to apologize for offensive receipts. Papa John's in New York had to apologize for racist remarks on a customer's receipt in 2012.
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