Worker fired over ‘inappropriate’ joke written inside pizza box delivered to teens

STAFFORD, Va. -- A Pizza Hut employee in Virginia was fired after she wrote an "inappropriate" joke inside a pizza box that was delivered to two teenage boys, WJLA reports.

A Stafford woman, who doesn't want to be identified due to cyber-bullying, says her 12- and 15-year-old sons ordered the pizza and have asked for jokes on the box in the past.

The joke said, “What do a pizza delivery driver and a gynecologist have in common?”

WJLA didn't release the punchline, saying it's too saucy for television.

"I was really kind of shocked and floored that Pizza Hut would send that type of joke out," she said. "The employee even called and said that she was sorry, and I told her that I hope she doesn't lose her job over this."

But the worker did lose her job.

The mother posted a picture of the box on social media, saying she was disgusted with the joke. Now, she's facing some backlash from cyber-bullies.

“It’s an inappropriate joke. There’s a time and place for everything. My pizza box is not one of them. It’s a lesson learned," she said.