I was working an evening shift tonight and got out of work at about 2130. I came home and as there was nothing in the fridge for tea I thought I'd get a pizza. I didn't have any cash on me so I called Pizza Hut and paid with my card over the phone. All fine so far, until the delivery guy comes. The doorbell rings and I go answer. The person at the other side walks into my house, pushing me out of the way. I wasn't too sure what was happening so I grabbed the guy around the waist and tried to pull him to the ground, I thought I was being robbed. I didn't get him to the ground but I managed to chuck him toward the door. He asks me what I'm doing and I say "GET THE **** OUT!!" It was the pizza guy. He had left the pizza on the doorstep and for some reason seen fit to just push me out of the way and walk in. Apparently because it was dark outside, he reckoned it was OK to come into the light and look at the receipt. Anyhoo, he asked me to sign the card purchase receipt. I paid with my Maestro debit card and the receipt was a 'Card holder not present' one. There was no space for a signature. I told him I didn't need to sign it and he agreed but said I should just put my signature on it anyway, supposedly a pizza hut thing. I refused at which point he told me that he wouldn't give me the pizza if I didn't sign. I tried to explain that I didn't have to sign but he was having none of it so I took the receipt, wrote in handwriting which looks nothign like mine "Mr. ******* Naked" and gave it to him. I gave him a mouthful about just walking into my house and left it at that. What I want to know is, was there anything dodgy about the signature? I found it strange that he was pushing for a signature even though it wasn't required. Since they got all my card details over the phone, including the security code I was reluctant to sign with my proper signature hence the '******* Naked'. Should I inform my bank or was it perfectly fine?