A story about a wildly under-tipped pizza man had Kathie Lee and Hoda seeing red (sauce) on Thursday.
A delivery man who delivered 85 pizzas and was only tipped $10 posted a pic of the $1500 bill and his measly tip on Reddit, and people went banana peppers.
KLG and Hoda agreed that even though that's an astronomical amount to spend on pizza, you should definitely add extra for the labor of carting around all that pie.
"They do really tough work and they probably don't get a lot," Hoda fumed.
KLG wanted to know what your feeling was on the whole thing — do you tip delivery people a percentage of the total amount? A flat amount every time? A different tip than you would give a waiter in a restaurant?
Take our poll and weigh in!
Julieanne Smolinski is a TODAY contributor who probably orders $1500 of pizza in a given month.