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Pepperoni swastika shocks Ohio couple; two Little Caesars employees fired

When Misty Laska opened her takeaway pizza, the first thing she noticed was that it was not sliced. Then she and her husband saw that the pepperoni pieces had been arranged in the shape of a swastika.

When they realized what it was, the couple, from Middlesburg Heights, Ohio, were “just silent” she told Reuters after posting a picture on social media of the pizza, which she said came from Little Caesars.

Extremely angered by the Nazi symbol, they had tried to return the pizza but received no response upon calling the shop, which had closed.

Little Caesars, the world’s third largest pizza chain, contacted them the following day to apologize for the incident. It said their employees had admitted to making the pizza as a joke and it was never supposed to be sold. Two employees had been fired, Laska quoted the company as saying.

Local media quoted a statement from Little Caesars condemning racism and confirming the sackings. The company was not immediately available for further comment.

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