Video Of Little Caesars Restaurant With A Bunch Of DiGiorno Pizzas Has Everyone Confused—Including DiGiorno

We’re not going to lie to you and pretend we have a lot of information here. In all honesty, we don’t really need it.

The facts are that a young man shot a short video at a Little Caesars pizza place. The video panned from the Little Caesars sign to a shopping cart with a cardboard box full of DiGiorno frozen pizzas.

The cart was behind the counter in the food prep area and there was nothing else in it, so it was clearly not a cart abandoned by a shopper. We don’t know where this Little Caesars is except to say that it’s inside of another shopping location.

We don’t know what city or state this is in. The young man who shot the video travels quite often. According to his Instagram page, he has been everywhere from New York to Texas to California. So this could literally be anywhere…but maybe that’s part of why this nine-second video has blown up so much. This could be anywhere. It could be the Little Caesars by you, or it could be all of them for all we know.

We don’t even know for sure that this Little Caesars is serving up those DiGiorno pizzas, but that’s sure what it looks like.

Twitter is so confused. Here’s the video:

DiGiorno has questions — and a boat load of sass. That combo quickly turned into, well…this:

People are sounding off like mad. The post has over a thousand comments and has been shared 45,000 times as of the writing of this article.

Even Chrissy Teigen got in on it. 

Visual representation of what’s happening right now: 

Little Caesars tried to defend itself but that didn’t go so well. 

A spokesperson for Little Caesars came forward with an explanation for what happened. According to them, this K-Mart location had gotten complaints that the DiGiorno pizzas were expired. There is a cooler just to the side of that Little Caesars, so the manager asked an employee to put the expired pizzas in the cooler before throwing them away. This video was shot after the pizzas had been taken to the cooler, but before they’d been put into it or thrown into the trash.

Of course, with no real information, we have no way of knowing if this is true. Maybe we’ll get real answers soon?

H/T: Twitter, Delish