Pizza fan wins supreme payout from Domino's

Earlier this week, Domino's called Mr Driscoll's lawsuit a "waste of court time" (Getty)
Earlier this week, Domino's called Mr Driscoll's lawsuit a "waste of court time" (Getty)

Domino's has dished out more than AU$1000 to an Australian man for an 18-month pizza delivery delay.

Sydney man Tim Driscoll battled for over a year to get a refund for the pizza that didn't turn up, but Domino's wouldn't pay.

So he took it to court, and when Domino's didn't attend the proceedings, was awarded the case by default.

He was paid AU$1200 to cover legal costs, as well as AU$37.35 for his missing pizza.

Domino's yesterday said it was "disappointed and embarrassed" by the case.

"We provided free pizza vouchers to our customer at the time of the incident but we clearly could have and should have done more."

Earlier this week, Domino's called Mr Driscoll's lawsuit a "waste of court time".

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