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New Jersey woman says receipt shows pizzeria fried her chicken wings ‘hard like a black d*ck’

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A black New Jersey woman said her receipt contained a vulgar phrase when she ordered chicken wings from a pizzeria.

Loretta Smith Layne, of Bridgeton, said she ordered the wings fried hard last month from Danny’s Pizza Pizzazz, reported WCAU-TV.

But she was shocked when she received her food and examined the receipt — which contained special instructions to fry the wings “hard like a black d*ck.”

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“I was very offended and upset and disrespected to get those words on a receipt,” Layne said.

The store’s owner, Danny Sommeling, told the TV station he didn’t know where the receipt came from, but Layne said she had text messages that revealed who wrote the phrase.

Sommeling admitted in an apology that his son, a manager at the pizzeria, had written the vulgar phrase — which he said was “definitely not professional.”

Layne said she wasn’t satisfied with Sommeling’s apology and said the son should own up for his actions.

“He needs to realize what he’s done,” Layne said. “It’s not acceptable — not to me, and I wouldn’t want anyone to go through what I went through.”

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