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Christian Domino's Driver Tries To Convert Customers (Video)

| by Michael Allen

A Christian Domino's pizza delivery driver has been called out for trying to convert customers in Indianapolis (video below).

Andrea Stone wrote about her experience on a Facebook post -- which is now deleted or blocked -- that included a picture of a pizza and a pamphlet entitled: "Eternal life is a free gift."

A screenshot of Stone's Facebook posting on Dec. 28 was saved by the Friendly Atheist:

When the Domino's delivery driver wants to save your soul. Honestly kind of fired up here. It's unprofessional and downright rude to proselytize your customers. You're entitled to your personal beliefs, but this is simply not ok.

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"It's happened twice now," Stone told WTHR. "It's happened twice to me. I have a good friend who is also in the same neighborhood, it's happened to her several times as well."

Christina Watson, another customer who got a religious pamphlet, commented on the situation:

I was kind of in shock. It's not something that he's ever done before ... But to just be on company time, walk up and try to promote your version of Christianity or Catholicism or whatever your religious beliefs are, I find that invasive, I find it intrusive and I find it slightly rude.

"It's not an anti-Christian thing, it's an anti-proselytization type thing," Stone insisted. "I'm a paying customer. I don't want a side of your religion when I'm ordering pizza."

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"He has visited me at least 20 times in the last two years, never given me a pamphlet never said, 'God bless you.' I don't know why he did it this time," Watson added.

Steven, the Domino's driver, told the news station he started handing out religious pamphlets about two weeks ago after being shot at, which he says was a life-changing experience, but added that he had not received any complaints until now.

Steven said that Domino's director of operations told him to stop proselytizing, which he has agreed to.

A Domino’s corporate spokesman told WTHR: "We are a publicly traded company that does not subscribe to or endorse any single religion."

Sources: WTHR, Andrea Stone/Facebook via Friendly Atheist / Photo credit: WTHR via YouTube

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