The advancements in the world of technology surely deserve a bow. A few years back, who would have thought that food could be delivered to our doorsteps with just a click on our phones? But then drone food delivery left us completely stunned. And as we move ahead in time, the food delivery world has witnessed yet another advancement. Never in our wildest dreams would we have thought that our food could also be delivered by flying delivery executives. The pizza lovers at the Glastonbury festival in the United Kingdom were in for a surprise when they received their Domino's order from delivery agents equipped with a jetpack. The pizza chain has been making headlines after a video of the same went viral. The Instagram page of Domino's UK shared the clip with the caption, "Who's seen our Rocket Man jetpack deliveries to Glastonbury this week?"
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They also tagged British singer Elton John, who is popularly known as 'The Rocket Man', in the caption. It added, "Elton John, wanna slice?" Well, we don't know about Elton John, but we would surely like to have a slice of Domino's. The clip opens to show a number of tents placed on a hilly terrain, and a delivery agent lands with a pizza storage box attached to the back of his suit. Fully equipped with his jetpack, the man, believe it or not, looks like an avenger. The jetpack helps him land very smoothly. You can watch the full video here:
The video of such an experiment surely left internet users intrigued. Curious users were quick to question Domino's delivery method. Many wondered if this was real, as one user commented, "Is this real?" Another wrote, "Omg, that's actually amazing." Several believed that this "has to be the funnest job ever." One comment read, "Bros, the new member of the Avengers."
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According to a report in the Mirror, this futuristic moment was part of Domino's test run, conducted to try out their new delivery method. The report claimed that the pizza chain's unusual delivery idea was inspired by the Glastonbury festival, which was headlined by Elton John himself. Speaking of the suit, the jetpack was custom-made, and special technology has been incorporated into the outfit to ensure the food remains fresh in the box.