You think we’ve got it bad!
The Domino’s Pizza store on the Isle of Man was forced to close yesterday after the shop ran out of ingredients to make their pizzas as ferry crossings were cancelled as a result of the recent bad weather.
Deliveries to the store in Pulrose on the Isle of Man were unable to reach the branch after a number of scheduled crossings from Douglas to Heysham were cancelled due to dangerous sailing conditions.
The official Facebook page for the Domino’s Pizza branch in Pulrose, Isle of Man, issued a statement to warn its customers about the unscheduled closure of the store on Wednesday, November 30th. The branch of the home pizzas delivery chain said they were forced to close temporarily as they rely on fresh ingredients to create their pizzas and because they had not received a delivery due to the cancellation of the ferry crossings, they had completely run out of supplies to make their famed pizzas.
According to latest reports, the ferry sailing times should be running as normal today and the Domino’s Pizza branch on the Isle of Man say they hope to be back up and running in time of tea time so pizza lovers in Pulrose won’t have to go without their Domino’s fix for too long.