A Dominos Pizza in Linlithgow has banned a mother of three after she continually complained about the levels of spice on her pizza.
Anneliese Shabbir continually paid more for extra jalapeños on her pizza, however, after she complained that the chain were not putting enough on her pizza she was banned from the store.
The chain stated that she could not be served as the restaurant “could not meet her expectations.”
Anneliese said that her love of jalapenos came during her first pregnancy and that she was shocked by the response from the franchise.
Prior to “Jalapeño-gate” she had always ordered pizza from the same chain in Livingston, often as much as four times a week, and had no complaints.
She said: “Since we’ve moved and used the Linlithgow store, it’s been nothing but trouble. They don’t seem to understand a simple instruction.
“I actually ring them and place an order for collection, rather than use the website, so that I can speak to someone and stress the bit about extra jalapeños.
“With the most recent pizza there were literally seven jalapeños on the whole pizza. It was pathetic.”
Domino’s spokesperson Louise Butler said: “Ms Shabbir has been a frequent complainant at the store in question.
“Despite every effort by our store team to satisfy Ms Shabbir, it seemed we were unable to meet her expectations, and so it was suggested that it may be best for both parties if we do not accept any future orders from her.
“We fully support the store’s decision in this case. These decisions are not taken lightly. However, in some limited circumstances, unfortunately, it is our only course of action.”