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Customer Tells Restaurant 'Don't Judge Me' After Multiple Orders of Mozzarella Sticks in Takeout Order

A Toronto customer's extremely specific instructions to a restaurant while placing their order has now gone viral.

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About two weeks ago, a customer ordered a variety of items from Fresco’s Fish and Chips which included two Diet Cokes, an order of deep fried pickles and three orders of mozzarella sticks.

The customer felt it was necessary to explain why they wanted three orders of the mozzarella sticks.

“Yes — I meant to order 3 mozzarella sticks. Please don't judge me. I'm having a bad week and was so excited they were back on the menu," the customer wrote.

The restaurant told InsideEdition.com that they had a hiatus on deliveries but recently resumed them in the city and put the mozzarella sticks back on the take out menu, which prompted the customer to make the order.

The funny receipt has gone viral after the owner’s daughter posted it on Reddit. It has gained global attention as people from Ireland and Pakistan calling Fresco’s Fish and Chips to see how good the mozzarella sticks are.

“People love deep fried cheese,” Brian, a cook at Fresco’s, told InsideEdition.com. “We got through tons of mozzarella sticks a week.”

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Brian said the sticks are made from breading with herbs and spices and contain the cheese in the middle.

Since the receipt has gotten the fascinating amount of attention, other customers at Fresco’s have been leaving comments when they order takeout.

“Once people noticed it, they have been leaving funny comments after the incident,” Brian said.

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