Arrest warrant issued for Domino's Employees caught on tape.

Domino's Pizza says there is a warrant out for the arrest of two fired North Carolina employees who videotaped themselves passing gas on salami, stuffing cheese up their nostrils — then using the foul fixins' in the fast food.

The silly-yet-stomach-turning clips — which also showed the workers sneezing and blowing their noses on meals they were handling — were filmed at a Conover, N.C., Domino's and posted on YouTube.

The pizza delivery giant said it was stunned when the footage surfaced. The pair, who call themselves "Michael" and "Kristy," were promptly terminated.

Employees characterized the stunt as a prank, and Domino's said the filthy food was never served.

But a spokeswoman said the company "was not in a forgive-and-forget mood," the BBC reported.

The chain has gone a step further, with the affected North Carolina franchise filing a criminal complaint against the ex-employees and police issuing a felony warrant for their arrest, according to the BBC.

Domino's apologized for the actions of "Michael" and "Kristy" and said the videos marred "the hard work performed by the 125,000 men and women working for Domino's" in the United States and all over the world.

The company also said it plans to file a civil lawsuit against the pranksters.