This Woman's Love For Jalapenos Got Her Banned From Domino's Pizza

Pizza is divisive.

Almost nobody is going to denounce it as a food itself, but we all have our preferences: thin crust or stuffed? New York style or Chicago? Regular slice or with toppings? Red sauce or white?

Many a heated debate has been had over the ideal pizza -- but until now, that has always been the pizza-consumers right. To choose. To create. To enjoy.

However, one 31-year-old Scottish woman, Anneliese Shabbir, has now been banned from her local Domino’s for continually asking for (and not receiving) extra jalapeños on her pizza order.

According to Metro, the Linlithgow, Scotland, outlet of the pizza chain suggests that they would no longer be able to take her orders due to their inability to meet her extra-spicy expectations.

Shabbir said to Metro:

I actually ring them and place an order for collection, rather than use the website, so that I can speak to someone and stress the bit about extra jalapeños.

With the most recent pizza there were literally seven jalapeños on the whole pizza. It was pathetic.

I’ve complained about it before, yet I still get the same pizza. I called in to yet again complain and I was told by the management team that if they continue to disappoint me, then they would encourage me to go elsewhere.

Shabbir allegedly began craving jalapeños during her first pregnancy, and regularly shelled out extra cash for an additional portion of the spicy peppers when ordering pizza. However, problems arose only after she began ordering from the new location.

After her latest complaint, Shabbir was reportedly furious over what can only be described as Domino’s break-up e-mail to her.

The e-mail reads: “It has been decided that as we cannot meet your expectations, we will no longer be serving you.”

"Ms Shabbir has been a frequent complainant at the store in question," said a Domino's spokesperson.

“Despite every effort by our store team to satisfy Ms. Shabbir, it seemed we were unable to meet her expectations, and so it was suggested that it may be best for both parties if we do not accept any future orders from her.

“We fully support the store’s decision in this case. These decisions are not taken lightly. However, in some limited circumstances, unfortunately, it is our only course of action.”