New York, Apr 18 (ANI): Two Domino's pizza workers are facing charges over a YouTube video, in which one of them was shown making "special" sandwiches after stuffing cheese up his nose.
Michael Anthony Setzer, 32, and Kristy Lynn Hammonds-the woman who filmed him doing the sandwich stunt-have been charged with 'distributing prohibited foods'.
Hammonds, the 31-years-old resident of Taylorsville, N.C., is also a convicted sex offender, revealed cops.
The video shows Setzer making sandwiches, while a giggling Hammonds narrates and urges him to "do it again, do it again" in putting the cheese up his nose.
In the clip, Setzer throws some of the cheese in the garbage, but some on a sandwich and also waves a piece of salami around his rear end.
"This is Michael's special Italian sandwich," the New York Daily News quoted Setzer as saying on the video.
Hammonds said that the sandwiches had to be delivered soon to customers, and that "little did they know that the cheese was in his nose."
According to Domino's spokesman Tim McIntyre, the workers have been fired and there is no evidence of the tampered foods being ever served to customers.
He also said that the company might pursue a lawsuit.
Company CEO Patrick Doyle posted another video in response, saying the store had been sanitized "top to bottom." (ANI)