Kirk Alexander is a 48-year-old man who lives alone in his house in Salem, Oregon. His favorite food is pizza. For the better part of a decade, Alexander has been ordering from the same Domino’s Pizza shop almost every day.
But, one day, he suddenly stopped. And the Domino’s employees were shocked when they found out why.
“He orders every day, every other day,” said Sarah Fuller, the general manager for the Domino’s shop, when interviewed by reporters.
“His order pops up on the screen because he orders online. So we see it come across the screen and we’re like, ‘Oh, Kirk’s order.’” When his orders stopped coming in for a few days, it gave them a bad feeling.
No Order In 11 Days
Initially, they thought he might have been out of town, maybe for work or visiting family. Then more time went by. Fuller was approached by her delivery drivers, who had noticed that Alexander’s order hadn’t popped up in their screens for a while.
So Fuller checked the system and saw he hadn’t ordered anything for 11 days straight. That’s when she knew something was wrong.
Friend Of The Staff
Alexander had been getting his food from that place for years. “He orders all the time, so we know him,” said Fuller. The staff knew him as a nice, quiet, and friendly guy. He was friends with them and some even saw him as a family member.
They knew he never took trips that long. Could it be that he got sick of pizza and started ordering from a new place?
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