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Pizza delivery via canoe is the only way to get your takeout

LONDON — Getting your pizza delivered by car or bike is perfectly fine. But, there's now an infinitely cooler option: river delivery. SEE ALSO: Buses are the next frontier in pizza delivery on the move Domino's Pizza is trialling delivering pizzas via canoes to houses along the River Loose in Maidstone, Kent. Residents who live along the river in the village of Loose can order pizza to their riverside doorway via a wetsuit-clad Domino's Pizza "buoy".
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