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Domino's has tested out a prototype for a flying drone that can deliver pizzas. The device carried two large pepperoni pizzas and conducted a flight. How do you get your pizza delivered? Last month, Domino's pizza teamed up with a creative agency titled T + Biscuits to test out a prototype for a flying drone that can deliver cheese pies. Described as an octacopter, the device carried two large pepperoni pizzas and conducted a flight over a city near London. The pizzas, both contained in an insulated bag, were secured to the drone. They were delivered in perfect condition and it only took about 10 minutes to venture 4 miles. The founder of T + Biscuits stated "If anything it went quicker than a pizza boy. We were amazed at how easy it was going to be." The drone is being called the DomiCopter. Although the device won't take the place of human delivery drivers anytime soon, Domino's is reportedly experimenting with the drone at their UK headquarters. Federal Aviation Administration authorities estimate that private drones will make up a $90 billion industry within 10 years.
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inhale exhale (4 days ago)
It's actually the Italian airforce testing out their new bomb
Sunny Days (20 days ago)
Flying food in the sky. Love it but in the winter surely it would freeze!
Duncan MacLeod (28 days ago)
First off who ever is flying the drone must have a 107 certificate, also delivering goods with a drone is against faa regulations and the faa said they will not be granting any waivers for this and the pilot in command has to have the aircraft in vos or visual line of sight the whole flight without the use of binoculars or other visual aids. You can operate a drone from a moving vehicle if someone else is driving but only in sparsely populated areas, and you can't operate over people
Cong T (1 month ago)
Yes, but, it is not allowed to fly that far away. It has to be in line of site. Apart from being bloody dangerous it is bloody stupid.
Charles Rablin (5 months ago)
No no we don't need it. I'm getting an antidronecraft gun
William Guy Thilgen Jr. (6 months ago)
Gonna be a lot of accidents, hence a lot of litigation. Unlike real pilots, a drone pilots view is only forward. They have no clue as to events and or issues from any other direction. More drone traffic and no traffic controlers means, no cleared flight path to or from a destination. Shit, conventional aircraft must use air trafic controlers and they still have accidents. Add a few thousand UMA's flying about willie nillie and the numbers will increase.
Polyline (6 months ago)
My friend Dan hates pizza, where should i hide his body?
Jack Dufault (6 months ago)
2
Seacat Playz (6 months ago)
lol the domma copter I was dying lolol
max lawrence (7 months ago)
free food for me
Elvis Best (7 months ago)
awsomeeeeee
Raf Dehombre (8 months ago)
What happens on a windy rainy night...... can the drone handle strong winds and rain....:)
Arttu Siukonen (9 months ago)
They could build some big antennas on top of their restaurants to greatly increase the range... (which is only 1 mile atm)
MrVidification (9 months ago)
also check out the videos where drones are being used in China to watch over students to make sure they are not cheating in exams
booty pirates (9 months ago)
can some one get that type of drone
gaming center (6 months ago)
booty pirates dji X8 Xpert
Sayed Bakt (9 months ago)
great idea all this science fiction came in the future
Luana Sirio (9 months ago)
Is fantastic!wonderful!
Koolo Hinde (10 months ago)
how many jobs will be lost?
fzerowipeoutlover (6 months ago)
DEY TURK ERR JERBS!
MrVidification (9 months ago)
+Arttu Siukonen in theory anyway. I don't expect every standard delivery guy to be able to do it, given that they'll have to pass various tests in order to use one in the first place-especially when it comes to larger companies that don't want to make any crash headline news
Arttu Siukonen (9 months ago)
Koolo Hinde The deliverers just turn into drone pilots. The drones still need to be controlled so no jobs should be lost.
MrVidification (9 months ago)
How many seagulls will be lost in coastal towns in order to successfully deliver that pizza, lol. There are many jobs today that have already been replaced by machinery. I suppose all people can do is adapt (delivery guy now controls than drone? ..although if anything goes wrong and they crash that drone in the early years, I suspect that's a year's wage or five out the window...)
Kenneth Spencer (10 months ago)
how do they pay?
Erik Charles (10 months ago)
needs a siren
OLaN420 (11 months ago)
Nevermind pizza delivery. How bout weed delivery. You gotta think out the box [Pun Intended]
geromino97 (11 months ago)
i hope this happens so we can stop tipping delivery people
Edwin Riley (11 months ago)
I wonder if this is "just around the corner" in the same way that baldness cures and fusion power are....
Luke Skywalker (11 months ago)
omggg south park was right! !
Mohil Gorecha (11 months ago)
people will be stealing those drones damn
dr troy turner (11 months ago)
No. They can have trackers and cameras so the penalties aren't worth the risks. They have rental bicycles that don't get stolen.
Jose Rodriguez (11 months ago)
If this is successful, UPS, FED EX and other delivery services with use these.
DS (1 year ago)
This will not work in the U.S. due to property laws.
DS (6 months ago)
Read: [i] Drennen v. County of Ventura, 38 Cal. App. 3d 84 (Cal. App. 2d Dist. 1974).[ii] Lacey v. United States, 219 Ct. Cl. 551 (Ct. Cl. 1979).[iii] Powell v. United States, 1 Cl. Ct. 669 (Cl. Ct. 1983).[iv] Hero Lands Co. v. United States, 1 Cl. Ct. 102 (Cl. Ct. 1983).[v] Newark v. Eastern Airlines, Inc., 159 F. Supp. 750 (D.N.J. 1958).[vi] Id.[vii] Persyn v. United States, 34 Fed. Cl. 187, 195 (Fed. Cl. 1995).[viii] United States v. Causby, 328 U.S. 256 (U.S. 1946).[ix] Lacey v. United States, 219 Ct. Cl. 551 (Ct. Cl. 1979).[x] Guith v. Consumers Power Co., 36 F. Supp. 21 (D. Mich. 1940).[xi] Id.[xii] Long v. Charlotte, 306 N.C. 187 (N.C. 1982).[xiii] Sneed v. County of Riverside, 218 Cal. App. 2d 205 (Cal. App. 4th Dist. 1963).[xiv] Drennen v. County of Ventura, 38 Cal. App. 3d 84, 88 (Cal. App. 2d Dist. 1974).[xv] Twitty v. State, 85 N.C. App. 42, 53 (N.C. Ct. App. 1987).
......a (6 months ago)
incorrect While the Supreme Court hasn't explicitly accepted that as the upper limit of property ownership, it's a useful guideline in trespass cases. Therefore, unless you own some very tall buildings, your private airspace probably ends somewhere between 80 and 500 feet above the ground
DS (6 months ago)
That's incorrect and the FAA has this now posted to their website. Only certain commercial aircraft have an easement over private property. Drones must remain below 500 feet and be in sight of the operator and within control range. The SCOTUS has already ruled on property right issue. An owner owns from beneath the ground to the heavens above subject to mineral rights and air easements. Helicopters fly above 500 feet which is an FAA easement. Aircraft must remain 50 feet away from people...lots more. Drones must now be marked with a registration number or the number can be placed in the battery compartment if no tools required to open. Drone operators must be licensed and have that on them when operating to display to law enforcement. Drone operators must now perform pre-flight radio frequency tests before launching and also do a site survey. Penalty for not abiding by the law is $27,500 fine and three years in prison. You can even be arrested for state property crimes such as trespassing even if you stood off the land and the drone flew over. Canada now requires liability insurance and has much stricter laws than the U.S. due to privacy. The U.S. rules apply even when operating the drone on your own property.
......a (6 months ago)
Ofc it will..Same as it does when a helicopter flys by or an airplane..
The Four Waffle Lords (1 year ago)
Pizza of the future!
panzerken (1 year ago)
no more pizza delivery guys getting robbed.(US)
MrVidification (9 months ago)
They could be controlling the drones (but still on minimum wage)
Alpaca Male (11 months ago)
now they're getting fired
Filip Vis (1 year ago)
Nice hack it, and have free pizza! haha LOL
apeture123 (1 year ago)
aaand cancelled. Stupid fucking commercial drone laws.
adrianos bougas (1 year ago)
+aperture123 care to elaborate? What happened?
Plasma Skull (1 year ago)
I think this should be a way to deliver pizza. It would be easier and alot faster. There may be dangers but as long as I get my pizza who cares
techstyle123 (1 year ago)
I seen this thought that's cool...then got me thinking of that film batteries not included.... This could be way forward for company's to deliver all sorts I see the dangers all so ....
USSR , Russia (1 year ago)
Hope some griefer won't put a bomb in there instead >:(
JVANDNETO (1 year ago)
kkkkkkkkkkkkkkk very god
Henryx99 (1 year ago)
time to go to the UK
Acoustic Child (11 months ago)
you are welcome here buddy! would you like some tea and crumpets?
Abdul Qadeer (1 year ago)
bye bye delivery boys go and die in unemployment
Raik (1 year ago)
I saw this first in cowboy bebop
A. L. (1 year ago)
what if someone steals it? 😄😄😄😄
Capt Eric Bergeron (1 year ago)
Really liked this video, thumbs up. Cheers from Sint Maarten
MIXED TEA (1 year ago)
Good luck getting your drone back in the hood lol
shout outs for subs (1 year ago)
nice
Mr Fire (1 year ago)
Now put a bomb in the drone ^^
goofyfoot2001 (1 year ago)
All fun and games till someone gets their head chopped off.
goofyfoot2001 (1 year ago)
+Jimmy Dyke The WIND!!!!!!!!!!!! Like the WIND!
Jimmy Dyke (1 year ago)
you mean domino's headquarters.
goofyfoot2001 (1 year ago)
Going to steal all your packages man. You won't be able to catch me. I will be like the wind.
AllPro777 (1 year ago)
+goofyfoot2001 Yeah, lots of people have done robberies and worn a mask man, a MASK. Guess what happened? They still got caught somehow. If you think robbing a multi-billion dollar company is just as easy as "hey, I'll put on a mask! And wear some funky colors!", like they have no plan in place for this, then I'd suggest you start looking for another career now, because you'll be in prison before the sun comes up. But by all means, give it a try, then send us your prison ID so we can correspond for the next 3-5 years.
goofyfoot2001 (1 year ago)
Whew. For a minute there, I thought I was in trouble.
AKBuilder762 (1 year ago)
This will never happen. The first time someone gets hit with a blade and sues this shit will end fast. These companies are not going to take on this much risk. If anything this was just an ad gimmick to generate attention.
Timesmanify (1 year ago)
+AKBuilder762 I don't think so. Cars were a risk once, and trains, and boats, and planes... You know, some of the most common forms of transportation today? I think we can handle a few missing fingers...
warrior7772 (1 year ago)
Recipient leans over (forward) to reach for pizza box and .....WHAM, huge cuts in forehead!! Lawsuits galore!
mbenzsl2000 (1 year ago)
What's a little boy like you doing with with big boy smut like this? Different movie I know, but the actor is hilarious.
Animefreak17a (1 year ago)
brilliant idea
AllenM10 (1 year ago)
Man, I like that idea.
GeoBeats News (1 year ago)
+AllenM10 glad you did :)
5216l (1 year ago)
Now I'm sitting here wishing I had pizza :(
B H (1 year ago)
Fuck robbin da pizza boy, im fitna jack me drone next time nigga! free copter and pizza nigga!
boysponge705 (1 year ago)
Now people are gonna want to start shooting these drones to get free pizza.
DS (9 months ago)
+MrVidification Currently there are four workable systems to bring drones down. 
MrVidification (9 months ago)
The news reports drones are being used by criminals to deliver drugs (the middleman 20+ yr old 'drug dealer' may now be a thing of the past and out of a job), as well as delivering other goodies to prison mates. Get ready for armed prison security drones to shoot them down. Sounds like a movie in the making.. **goes back to watching The Terminator**
Alpaca Male (11 months ago)
gonna be cool buying muslim food like that
Jose Rodriguez (11 months ago)
The drones will have a camera mounted. Also, most flying objects are tracked so if the customer attempts to destroy the drone, their fucked.
Alpaca Male (11 months ago)
I'm crashing this drone...
Debbiebabe69 (1 year ago)
If the drone conks out, or someone brings it down, do you get a refund on your pizza?
MrJ0mmy (1 year ago)
people getting way to lazy
makeit happen (1 year ago)
toys for RETARDS!
crusher1944 (1 year ago)
I SHOT ONE DOWN LAST WEEK FLYING OVER MY BACK YARD AND IT'S LEGAL.
1Corinthians1:3 (1 year ago)
I saw my first drone a couple of weeks ago. I didn't have a gun handy....
Noah Williams (1 year ago)
+1q2w3e4r911 Why would you want a gun handy?
James Williams (1 year ago)
This is the future! I don't get why people are scared by it, embrace it, it's amazing what people are coming up with. :)
prodezignz (1 year ago)
These drone delivery ideas are just stupid! Thanks for the pizza and new drone to sell on ebay! Idiots!
prodezignz (1 year ago)
+GTI8855 Lol fool! Ha ha prison! Ha ha! Thanks for the copter! And I want my pizza extra cheese! 
prodezignz (1 year ago)
+qweryuiopas39 Lol fly one over me! Shit for brains! I have one! Wonder where yours went? Thanks bye!
qweryuiopas39 (1 year ago)
+prodezignz I encourage you to steal one, these are equipped with camera's and everything
Ilyes Mekkaoui (1 year ago)
coole
free psn cards and codes (1 year ago)
one day the drones week rise against us and crash into everybody
That'sWhatSheSaid (1 year ago)
Damn, I would have called it the DOMinatrexpress.
you tube 425 (1 year ago)
there goes these poor kids after school jobs.
arch disinadora (1 year ago)
what about during a storm??? or hijacking drones hmmmm lol
dcwillis87 (1 year ago)
Great.... going to bring an end to the best job ever. (that doesn't require a degree, or business ownership)
Marc Arriaga (1 year ago)
just give me my dam pizza
dukunberanak (1 year ago)
Many people will lose their job 😢
Dave the pond guy (1 year ago)
what are you idiots talking about it still take somebody to fly the damn thing
Mike Kennedy (1 year ago)
Not necessarily. Amazon is now trying to develop self-guided autonomous drones which find your house via GPS coordinates. A drone can go from point A to point B without stopping and without traffic lights, so this tech is quite brilliant.
jude o (1 year ago)
Skynet is rising
jude o (1 year ago)
yeah
Mike Kennedy (1 year ago)
I was thinking the exact same thing lol. But these flying machines are a long way off from AI.
Music Lover (1 year ago)
And the pizza is still dry and disgusting...
TARIK PERAZA (1 year ago)
So,no jobs for people.
wildturkey3776 (1 year ago)
+TARIK PERAZA Who will fly the drones ?
IKnowYouKnow (1 year ago)
I own a steak sandwich shop in Tokyo. Need a drone with the specs that this one has (3 mile range, able to carry a payload of up to 2 kg, able to fly for up to 20 minutes or more). Any ideas? Money no object. Which make and model is the domicopter? Thanks.
The Angry Goat (1 year ago)
+Spoder Man they dont steal in japan...
VanillaSnow (1 year ago)
+IKnowYouKnow lol good luck with tht people wil ruin your money especially if they steal it D:
Charlie Tilney (1 year ago)
All I see is unemployment. Not just with pizza workers but also drones today are beginning to take over manned jobs (also in the Air Force!) that are sometimes essential. I like the idea and video, but there is some subtle detail you have to consider when doing stuff like this.
Ponlets (1 year ago)
well what about making a drone big or strong enough to fly a man who drives it i mean the controls wouldn't be much different than a toy one they will just be more precise and this drone should be able to carry 450lbs of cargo (like 2 healthy people and some thingys)
Ponlets (1 year ago)
+dcwillis87 not them :P i was meaning normal stable people who have more intelligence 
dcwillis87 (1 year ago)
+deathbot117 thats a fine idea, but unfortunately the physics don't really allow it. and have you ever met a pizza delivery driver? like hung out with one? great people but i promise you that you don't want them flying around your neighborhood smoking a joint.
Ponlets (1 year ago)
+valeagrl1 no smaller than a heli and capable of driving on the highway and with the push of a button fly up and out of traffic 
It's an Art (1 year ago)
+deathbot117 so you mean a helicopter lol
Shane Jones (1 year ago)
CAA rules are maximum 500 meters visual line of sight in the UK, you cannot fly 4 kilometres unless using extended visual line of sight, so having someone every 1 kilometre along the flight path in contact by two way radio with the pilot. Small Unmanned Surveillance Aircraft Article 167 1. The person in charge of a small unmanned surveillance aircraft must not fly the aircraft in any of the circumstances described in paragraph (2) except in accordance with a permission issued by the CAA. 2. The circumstances referred to in paragraph (1) are: a) over or within 150 metres of any congested area; b) over or within 150 metres of an organised open-air assembly of more than 1,000 persons; c) within 50 metres of any vessel, vehicle or structure which is not under the control of the person in charge of the aircraft; or d) subject to paragraphs (3) and (4), within 50 metres of any person. 1. Subject to paragraph (4), during take-off or landing, a small unmanned surveillance aircraft must not be flown within 30 metres of any person. 2. Paragraphs (2)(d) and (3) do not apply to the person in charge of the small unmanned surveillance aircraft or a person under the control of the person in charge of the aircraft. 3. In this article ‘a small unmanned surveillance aircraft’ means a small unmanned aircraft which is equipped to undertake any form of surveillance or data acquisition. Summary In essence therefore, provided the aircraft has a mass of 20 kg or less, the current regulations state: 1. The operation must not endanger anyone or anything. 2. The aircraft must be kept within the visual line of sight (normally taken to be within 500 m horizontally and 400 ft vertically) of its remote pilot (i.e. the ‘person in charge’ of it). Operations beyond these distances must be approved by the CAA (the basic premise being for the operator to prove that he/she can do this safely). 3. Small unmanned aircraft (irrespective of their mass) that are being used for surveillance purposes are subject to tighter restrictions with regard to the minimum distances that you can fly near people or properties that are not under your control. If you wish to fly within these minima, permission is required from the CAA before operations are commenced. 4. CAA permission is also required for all flights that are being conducted for aerial work (i.e. in very simple terms, you are getting paid for doing it). 5. The 'remote pilot' has the responsibility for satisfying him/herself that the flight can be conducted safely.
True Hybrid Of The Sun (1 year ago)
if this can't happen then kill every single gay person in the whole wide world with air strikes....
True Hybrid Of The Sun (1 year ago)
+deathbot117 aight
Ponlets (1 year ago)
+Accurate Sniper honestly i dont care what sexuality you are as a person man ... but any kind of talk about eradicating a specific type of person is uncool in any modern society 
True Hybrid Of The Sun (1 year ago)
+deathbot117 I don't care about bisexual, good enough for you?
Ponlets (1 year ago)
well then you are an insecure bigot and by insecure i mean insecure about your sexuality and if you dont like gays then dont be around them because what you are thinking of is pure genocide as there are alot of gays in the world and even different species of animals from lions to deer to zebras and horses and anything that gives birth from a uterus 
True Hybrid Of The Sun (1 year ago)
+deathbot117 a lot of people will make deadly ones (not just little "Pew" bombs" to destroy " to target EVERY single gay pride area to shut them up for good. if faggots want silence in the world than they get silence for ever!
Hobby Kings (1 year ago)
Horrible.. So now the pizza boys are unemployed.. We get excited not knowing we get fucked w these technologies..if it were 10 people at a bank..now 5 unemployed and 5 ATMs took their place.. Smh
It's an Art (1 year ago)
+Donald Olivier don't invent jobs that are unnecessary just so people can work. Make progress and watch how humans have always done in the past: invent, create, evolve, and create new industries, economies and wealth. Humans are better off now than ever before. There is less poverty, less war, than any generation all the way back. Humans should keep advancing. New jobs will be created by releasing greed and attitude of lack and fear. Move forward. Don't cling to the past.
butmun (1 year ago)
MAKE THIS FUCKING HAPPEN TO EVERY SHOP FAST FOOD AND EVERTHING ELSE ;D so beautiful
Cory Chenausky (1 year ago)
I hope this could happen soon then I could not get bitched at by a mid 30's man who chose to be a pizza delivery guy because I forgot to tip him.
Marco Esteban (1 year ago)
it has a flip side, I betcha those drones don't deliver in areas with lots of poverty, I can see eBay reselling the stolen drones, or people shooting at them to get free pizza
Nikki Preston (2 months ago)
their will be law, watch and see, too much money involeved and politicains are dumb as fuck
ToxiC BikEr (2 months ago)
1Corinthians1:3 imagine urself later on a drone shooting you with a grenade launcher from the sky LoL
AllPro777 (1 year ago)
+Daniel Southcott With the gun climate the way it is now in America, the first person to try that will get nailed to the wall.
Daniel Southcott (1 year ago)
+AllPro777 🐈yeh 10 years 4 a pizza.my foot.
AllPro777 (1 year ago)
+Marco Esteban I see a lot of people trying that and going to prison since it has an onboard HD camera...
Martjuu (1 year ago)
Echt
emiliano roche (1 year ago)
yo pronto hadre envios con drone, otro modelo inferior pero para nivel local sirve
Tracie Cameron (1 year ago)
funny pizza delivering drone ?, wth so weird.
Adil (1 year ago)
+Tracie Cameron Funny ?.Is Drone telling you jokes ?
Tracie Cameron (1 year ago)
funny pizza delivering drone ?, wth so weird.
Michael Amar (1 year ago)
how can you pay for the pizza? the guy in the video has simply took the pizza and walked away.
OLaN420 (11 months ago)
online with a debit card.
Paul Rude (1 year ago)
+‫מיכאל עמר‬‎ credit card
Anant Negi (2 years ago)
-Cost is high -Battery is ineffective overall if 10 deliveries come it would be painstaking -Finding proper flyers for drone is a pain and would cost additional -Drone can malfunction and at times due to different signal ( Fine a 5KHZ wouldn't make a difference.. still)  -Last but not least. Pretty sure someone would call for pizza take it.. And steal the drone.
Anant Negi (1 year ago)
Me being a national level shooter would actually enjoy that too. Who'd say I'd do that to the drone delivering me.. Heck there is actually a sport revolving around this.
1Corinthians1:3 (1 year ago)
+Amish Jebediah You are not taking into consideration the expense of the drone being shot out of the sky by people like me. ;)
dcwillis87 (1 year ago)
+Anant Negi Do you have any idea how expensive a pizza delivery boy is? i do because i was a store manager for 7 years at domino's. $245 per week, per employee, and thats not counting insurances you have to carry, or mileage you have to pay, or the cost of training. just in pay its almost 13k a year. The drone's are a much much cheaper option, and a large company like domino's can afford to develop autonomous software for them. Hell their Proprietary POS cost every franchisee in the country 20K by it self.
Vegan Games (1 year ago)
+Anant Negi dude we went to the moon, we can make pizza robots.
Amish Jebediah (1 year ago)
+Anant Negi Technology gets cheaper all the time If they have multiple drones on site some can be charging while others are working Systems can be automated once technology advances more, this would be impractical if someone had to fly each one all the time Again, technology will overcome any issue with signal interference etc... You'd have to pay in advance to have a pizza delivered, as such if you steal the drone, Domino's will just charge your card the value of the drone... Nobody said this is happening tomorrow and that is because the technology isn't quite there yet. But Amazon is looking at drones for shipment and many other companies are looking into drones for a variety of things. Once someone like Google jumps on board and wants to advance their maps program to be precise enough for drones and help the technology, this will be a huge leap forward
Robert Hoffman (2 years ago)
I really enjoy all the morons complaint about what domino's paid them. Dont work there fucking idiots
Rob G (2 years ago)
Drones are awesome, but using them to deliver shit is just fucking stupid right now.
lapamful (2 years ago)
Well, I guess we all have to start somewhere. Who would of thought Skynet started delivering pizzas. They didn't mention THAT in the Terminator. I wonder why? Hmmm ;p
THOR (2 years ago)
Lol think of the porn delivers! would be awesome.  'news just in another batch of flesh lights shot down over ohio today'
N-Gineus (2 years ago)
i need a net and my carabine now...
Fuzzballfox Onionring (2 years ago)
Today I learned that some people call pizza "cheese pie". Can I please move to another universe immediately?
thra5herxb12s (2 years ago)
A pizza boy would take less than 4 minutes on a Honda 90.  The trick is to order a pizza from a place near to you.
dcwillis87 (1 year ago)
+thra5herxb12s Try digiorno. awesome pizzas
thra5herxb12s (1 year ago)
+Paul Rude  Yeah I dont like that frozen stuff, it realy makes my teeth hurt..  I like my pizzas hot and soft like my nana used to make..
Paul Rude (1 year ago)
+thra5herxb12s they are more than 50 miles from me...but of coarse buy frozen pizza anyway
thra5herxb12s (1 year ago)
They are never more than 10 miles from anyone. But yes it's a stupid statement and was not meant to be taken seriously by anyone. However this idea would be more useful transporting  blood samples from accident scenes to the nearest hospital or high speed delivery of documents etc. Trust the Americans to only think of their stomachs.
Amish Jebediah (1 year ago)
+thra5herxb12s and if there isnt a place near you? what kind of stupid statement is that lol? Do you think people are ordering from Dominos not closest to them?
JEFFREY SOLORIO (2 years ago)
As cool as I probably think this is I however think its so not cool that this will replace somebody's job.
woff woff (2 years ago)
thumbs up if you rob the drone
Bryan Grissom (2 years ago)
yay no more tipping the pizza guy
FlatEarthWabbit (2 years ago)
Any piece of shit flying over my property will be snipered  down .. With an anti drone munitions ...
PROXIlol (2 years ago)
domino=macdonal is shit food fuck pizza domino and food shit macdonal
Top 10 (2 years ago)
WOW this really is the future
Khaltazar (2 years ago)
People could potentially hack these and put some stuff in your pizza and then send it to it's original destination. Flying food on a drone is not a good thing at all. They would have to work on sealing methods for the bags that show if a seal was damaged or broke.