Screw all the people who say that gorging on delicious pizza is bad for you. In Memphis, a woman's Domino's pizza addiction SAVED HER LIFE.
Every single day for the past three years, 82-year-old Jean Wilson of Memphis, Tennessee has ordered one large thin-crust pepperoni pizza and two Diet Cokes from the same Domino's. She's the store's very first order every day, like clockwork.
A delivery driver named Susan Guy usually delivers Jean's pizzas. On Monday, she realized something was off . . . Jean hadn't ordered a pizza since Friday. That had never happened before. So Susan DEMANDED that her boss let her go check on Jean. He told her no. Susan told him, quote, "Clock me out if that's what you gotta do" . . . and she drove to Jean's.
She banged on the door. No answer. Then she banged on the windows. No answer. She asked a neighbor if he'd seen Jean leave . . . and, come to think of it, if he'd EVER seen her leave the house. He said no. So Susan called 911.
When the police arrived, they found Jean on the floor. She'd fallen on Saturday and couldn't get up or get to the phone. She was taken to the hospital where she's in stable condition now. Susan is getting credit for quite possibly saving Jean's life . . . no one knows how long Jean might've been stuck there if Susan hadn't intervened.
Susan told reporters, quote, "She treats us really well. She appreciates us, and that's something we don't get in customers a lot." (Source)