This pizza delivery driver gave a customer a piece of their mind — saying to leave a tip or pick up your own pie.
“Tip?” a delivery person asks as they hand over the pizza box to a woman in a now-viral video posted on TikTok. But when the customer appears to say no, the delivery driver sarcastically responds “Do you have a car?” suggesting she drives to pick up her pizza next time.
The customer appears to disregard the delivery person’s forward request for gratuity, instead replying: “I’m paying for the convenience, though. Thank you, have a nice day. Take care.”
She doesn’t tip, and then closes the door on the miffed driver in a clip that has more than 3.3 million views, captioned “Umm … The entitlement is killing me.”
“Come get it, you know, next time,” the driver replies before walking back to their car empty handed.
The secondslong exchange was enough to get people fired up in the comments.
“No tip …? I could never,” one opinionated commenter named Dom wrote.
Another chimed in: “You’re cheap!! Who doesn’t tip?”
Others felt like the driver’s forward approach to the gratuity grab was a turnoff that could have triggered the customer.
“I always tip. but the audacity to immediately say ‘tip?’?” another user wrote.
Piggybacking off that sentiment, another agreed that the etiquette was a glaring faux pas.
“Who asks for a tip BEFORE giving the pizza though?”
The Post reached out to Domino’s Pizza and the person who posted the video for comment.
While it’s unclear if the customer in question planned not to leave a tip or if the driver’s direct request left her with a sour taste, more Americans seem to be undertipping.
MarketWatch reported last month that a survey of 1,000 consumers and 165 restaurant owners and operators across the US — from restaurant technology company Popmenu — found that just 43% of consumers are now tipping servers 20% or more. That’s a significant decline from 56% of customers last year, the same data shows.