A MAN who puts his sleeve over his hand to open the front door is still eating pizza made by five teenagers on minimum wage.
Stephen Malley, who not only wears a surgical mask during walks in the park but holds his breath when anyone goes by, is happy to gamble on the hygiene standards of Mario’s Pizza’s food preparation and delivery team.
He said: “I’m very worried about contracting coronavirus but nothing beats the taste and value of a large pepperoni with chips for eight quid. At that price I’m sure they’re not cutting corners.
“You can’t trust these big chains like Domino’s. A small operation, the type where you used to be able to buy fags as well that has clipart of a chef on the boxes, won’t gamble with the health of their loyal customers.”
Mario’s employee Jo Kramer said: “Yeah, we’re all safe from the coronavirus here because we’re young so can’t get it. Which is also why we ignore lockdown rules.
“Nonetheless, it’s not COVID-19 that the customers need to worry about. It’s E. coli.”