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Domino's lovers take a bite out of crime

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Anyway you slice, it, these were two dumb crooks.

Francis Gallagher and Taylor Powell thought they'd hit the jackpot when the two bayou boobs from Louisiana snagged the identity of a Tennessee man with whom they'd been playing online games.

And with the info from the stolen credit card, what did they decide to do? Pay some bills, go on a cruise, hit the local strip club and offer to buy the polesters some teeth? No. They decided to celebrate their good fortune was by purchasing some Domino's pizza.

From August 2009 through January 2010, these two pepperoni pilferers ordered an astonishing amount: over $10,000 in pizzas, chicken wings and soft drinks, ringing up an average of $1,666 per month.

And all this before Domino's improved its recipe, allegedly.

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