Domino’s YouTube Employees Arrested

Two Conover, NC Domino’s employees are facing criminal charges for contaminating food after they posted a video showing them doing disgusting things to customers’ sandwiches on YouTube.

Kristy Lynn Hammonds, 31, and Michael Anthony Setzer, 32, turned themselves in to authorities this afternoon. Hammonds and Setzer are being held in jail on $7,500 bond each. If convicted, they could spend four months to one year behind bars.

According to WCNC.com,

“Hammonds, who also goes by the name Kristy Lynn Thompson, has a rap sheet that includes charges for communicating threats and making harassing phone calls. Those charges were ultimately dismissed. But Catawba County authorities did confirm that Hammonds is a registered sex offender from Alexander County.”

Hammond’s mug shot is viewable on the NC Sex Offenders registry stemming from a charge of sexual battery.

The justifiably angry response (below) from Patrick Doyle, President, Domino’s U.S.A was applauded by sympathetic YouTube viewers.  The original video (which Hammonds and Setzer claim was a prank showing food that was never delivered) was widely criticized.

DOMINO’S RESPONSE VIDEO:

HERE’S THE ORIGINAL “PRANK” VIDEO (gross-out warning)

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Mug shot: NC State Bureau of Investigation License: public domain

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