Domino's Tries (And Fails) To Deliver Pizza Via Reindeer In Japan

Turns out, only Santa has the ability to control the antlered animals.
Domino's Tries (And Fails) To Deliver Pizza Via Reindeer In Japan

This just in: Reindeer and pizza do not mix.

American pizza chain Domino's announced it would be using reindeer to deliver pizza to customers in Japan.

In an ideal world, the reindeer would pull sleds carrying fresh pizza. Each sled would have a GPS that tells customers where their pie is — just like with human deliveries.

SEE MORE: Domino's Is Testing An Actual Pizza Delivery Robot

Starting in December, the normal delivery icon would have reportedly switched to a reindeer.

But it turns out, reindeer can't really be trained. Shocker.

After a rough test run, the company said the animals were "difficult" to control. 

Rather than give up the idea entirely, Domino's is dressing up delivery scooters to look like reindeer.

Domino's in Japan, we salute you. It was a valiant effort.

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