Ailsa Burn-Murdoch spotted the dough explosion while she was on her way to work and shared it with the pizza chain.
Papa John’s quickly responded back about what Burn-Murdoch had seen.
@ailsabm Hi Alisa, thanks for letting us know about this. We're currently investigating this further directly with the store.— Papa John's UK (@PapaJohnsUK) February 11, 2014
@ailsabm The bin has been cleaned of all dough. We’ve spoken to the store, this won't happen again. Thanks for bringing it to our attention.— Papa John's UK (@PapaJohnsUK) February 11, 2014
@PapaJohnsUK thanks for letting me know, though Leith could do with more tourist attractions!— Ailsa Burn-Murdoch (@ailsabm) February 11, 2014
Cleaned up or not, people were still very excited about Burn-Murdoch’s discovery. Her enthusiasm about it seemed to be waning after an onslaught of attention on Twitter.
I really hope I’m not expected to be interesting on Twitter after this #imnot— Ailsa Burn-Murdoch (@ailsabm) February 11, 2014
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