How Domino’s Pizza can ruin your day . .

A very special thank you to the pond-life driving this Domino’s truck, who parked in front of our camera position (on double yellow lines) in Maidenhead for over an hour and a half today. This meant we lost the light we had been waiting for on the building development over the road. I hope the council and food safety police get you next time …

4 Comments

  1. VinaPix says:

    There's never a cop when you want one – hey Chris?
    On the other hand, I'm sure if you had tried to photograph some public building downtown you would have found half a dozen blue-jobs all eager to arrest you as a terrorist!!!

  2. SmilePlease says:

    Love the look of the blog Chris, I'm surprised you didn't set up on top of the lorry… might have been a great angle until he drove off!

  3. georgina.wald says:

    Very sorry that our delivery lorry was in your way – but I think calling him pond life is a bit harsh. These guys have an important job to do too and a very tight schedule to keep to. That's the place they always have to park for that store. If you are doing photos near a Domino's again, feel free to email pr@dominos.co.uk and we'll let you know when delivery day is to stop it happening again.

    Apologies again,

    Georgina Wald, Corporate Communications Manager, Domino's Pizza.

  4. Photo Glyn says:

    Georgina, you gotta be kidding! Double Yellow lines are there for a reason, not an incentive for Domino's to take the piss. And for 1.5 hours ? Were they 'making' the Mozzarella as they delivered it ?

    Chris, did you ask the van drivers if they would move ?

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