Shane Dawson Shook The Internet With A Chuck E. Cheese Pizza Conspiracy Theory — Watch Video

Shane Dawson Shook The Internet With A Chuck E. Cheese Pizza Conspiracy Theory — Watch Video
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Shane Dawson, the host of Conspiracy Theories with Shane Dawson , just released his second episode of the popular YouTube series and received more than 6 million views in less than 12 hours. The Internet is shook as Dawson focused on a theory he came up with at the tender age of eight-years-old. The episode includes several investigations but one featuring misshapen and haphazardly constructed Chuck E. Cheese pizzas has gone viral.

According to Dawson's theory, that he repeatedly states is not fact but his opinion, Chuck E. Cheese pizzas appear as if they were recycled. Point blank, the theory alleges that leftover pizzas are being taken from trays, then reused to make new pizzas that are sold to customers.

Representatives for Chuck E. Cheese have yet to address the allegations or respond to the theory.

He isn't the first to have come up with the conspiracy theory as a Google search reveals many people questioning whether Chuck E. Cheese pizzas are as fresh as they claim to be.

People are freaking out as they watched Shane Dawson go to his local Chuck E. Cheese, order a pizza and then see the pizzas delivered to the table as if they were handpicked and assembled and not cut fresh.

In the video documentary, you may see Shane Dawson's full investigation and footage that was filmed live when the deformed pizzas were delivered. Dawson even removed one of the pizzas and placed it on the table behind him. A Chuck E. Cheese employee walked past the table and pointed to the pizza.

Dawson questioned if this was actually a quality check.

You may watch the full video below.

The video and story have gone viral on Twitter as well as YouTube. With more than 57,000 likes, 10,000 retweets and 3,000 comments there are many who have said after seeing the documentary, comparing the pizzas, and even looking at images of Chuck E. Cheese pizzas online they will never eat at Chuck E. Cheese again.

What do you think about the documentary? Do you think it is possible that Chuck E. Cheese is recycling leftover pizzas from previous customers?

UPDATE: Chuck E. Cheese’s spokesperson reached out with the following statement:  “The claims made in this video about Chuck E. Cheese’s and our pizza are unequivocally false. No conspiracies here – our pizzas are made to order and we prepare our dough fresh in restaurant, which means that they’re not always perfectly uniform in shape, but always delicious.”


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