If you're going to try and illegally scam your way into a cheap pizza deal, it's probably best not to gloat about it on Facebook... and then tell said pizza company to f**k off afterwards.
One lad in the capital is probably wishing he spent the extra few quid on his lunch instead of using a fake student card to scam his way into getting it a little bit cheaper.
Reddit user /u/Jod3000 posted the below pics to the site after spotting the interaction between the scam artist and Apache Pizza on Facebook.
Basically, the bloke wanted a student deal from Apache, but the catch is that he’s not actually a student. So instead of paying the normal price like the rest of us non-college folk, he went and made himself a fake student card. Talk about extra effort just for some extra cheese. Here's the offending 'student card':
So after arguing the toss with the Apache employee the bloke got his discounted pizza and started gloating about how great he and his ‘accomplishment’ were on Facebook, but he didn’t just post it to any aul page… he posted it on Apache’s wall.
So like a tribe of Native American bosses, the lads at Apache posted the following message on their own Facebook page.
That will teach him for ignoring the rules, or the ‘rules’ as he saw them...