She's the brave individual who got a side of something extra when she popped into her local Domino's with her fella.
Daniella Hirst, 28, and boyfriend Craig Smith, 31, were caught on CCTV having sex at the counter whilst waiting for a 12 inch of a different kind (pepperoni if you're interested).
Hirst, a barmaid, admitted to getting "a bit carried away" after the footage was released.
She's now been quizzed by the police, although, amazingly, Smith won't be charged as he kept his trousers on.
Hirst was questioned after arriving at Scarborough police station in her boyfriend's van... with a Domino's pizza box on the dashboard.
The Sun reported that she was questioned for 90 minutes on claims of outraging public decency.
"I'm hoping for a slap on the wrist. I'm gutted it's got this far," she told the newspaper.
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"There's bigger and better things going on in the world to get into trouble for," she continued. "This was just a bit of fun. I'll take whatever consequences come my way but I'd be shocked if this went as far as court.
"I don't want to get into trouble."
The footage shows Daniella, firstly, on her knees in front of builder Craig, before cutting to a few minutes later when they doing a little more than waiting for a pizza.
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A brash Smith said the pair had discussed all the places they'd had sex with each other before ordering their meal.
"Our top five include a bus, a van, a hotel, swimming pool and a field. We wanted to see if we could top it," he said. Top it whilst ordering toppings, it would seem...
It's not the first time someone's been caught doing something for the sake of Domino's.
However, this time it's of a different nature. A customer snapped a Domino's worker in Asda buying cheap potato wedges.
Twitter user Sinead Sarah uploaded the following image with the caption: 'Thank you @dominos - next time I spend £3.99 on a tiny portion of potato wedges I'll remember they're from Asda!'
Just think the of the mark-up they'll have had on that.
In return, a Domino's spokesperson said: "With a big sporting weekend, very occasionally our stores are in an unfortunate position where some products may run out."
Getting caught in the act at Domino's is becoming a common theme.
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