No matter how you slice it, a poorly made pizza isn't usually grounds for a lawsuit, but it was the start of one filed in Polk County on Thursday.
"The worst pizza you can possibly imagine," said attorney Thania Clevenger. "I think that pizza she received was because they saw what she looked like."
In July 2012, Hakima Benaddi said it was the first time she had worn a hijab, a Muslim head scarf, to pick up a pizza at the Davenport location. Benaddi says when she returned with what she called a poorly made pizza, employees weren't helpful which resulted in a verbal confrontation.