Texas Teen Serenaded by Pizza Delivery Guy After Asking for Song in Online Order
She visited him the next day to tip him.
It was a solo act to remember when a Texas teen received her pizza order.
Liz Bruner, 17, said she ordered a pizza online and asked in the instruction section for the delivery person to sing her a song when they arrived, and she was shocked when he did just that.
“When I order from Domino's I always request someone to sing. Like, for a birthday, I requested them to sing “Happy Birthday” and they didn’t," Bruner told InsideEdition.com. "So this time I was just like, 'OK, I’m gonna request again.'"
This time, however, the teen got her wish. She wrote, "Knock three times and sing."
“He came, and his name’s Austin, and he asked, 'Did you really want me to sing?’” Bruner said. "And I was like, ‘Would you really?’ And then he said, 'Yes.'"
Austin Aranda sang his own rendition of Maroon 5’s “She Will Be Loved” at Bruner’s front door and she recorded the entire thing. Bruner went to Domino's the next day to give Aranda the tip she said he deserved.
“We went to visit him at work and we gave him a $20 tip,” she said.
The teen also finally received the birthday song she wanted when Aranda took to social media to thank her for her tip and serenaded her again in a Twitter video.
"We’ve been talking ever since," Bruner said.
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