DOMINO’S Pizza say their supply driver was “put up shift” when he was stopped for driving whereas excessive on hashish on Friday evening (March 4) and that an inside investigation has now been launched.
The Ford Fiesta driver tasked with delivering pizza was pulled over by officers when he was seen to be driving at “extreme pace”.
Based on police, he smelt strongly of hashish and was drug examined, which returned a constructive consequence.
The offender was arrested on the scene.
A spokesperson for Domino’s disputes that their driver was formally working on the time however mentioned an inside investigation was underway.
They mentioned: “The security of the general public and our colleagues is our essential precedence when our drivers are out delivering pizzas.
“All our supply drivers full complete secure driving coaching once they be a part of our business, and on the uncommon event we see an incident like this we tackle it instantly with the shop and driver concerned.
“The problem is at present being investigated internally with the shop group, and we are going to after all assist the police with any enquiries they’ve.”
On Friday evening, Lancashire Street Police mentioned: “Driver of a Fiesta seen at extra pace in Rossendale and stopped.
“He smelt strongly of hashish and was drive wiped on the roadside. He failed, testing constructive for hashish and arrested.
“He’s a Domino’s supply driver out on deliveries on the time.”
Lancashire Police have been contacted for additional clarification on whether or not or not the motive force was working on the time of his arrest.