Man Gets Arrested, Uses His One Phone Call to Order Pizza as a Prank


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A man in Corbin, Kentucky was arrested on the charge of shoplifting $36 worth of beer from a convenience store. When he was brought into the police station, he asked officers if he could use his cellphone to make a call. They agreed.

The suspect then called a local Domino's Pizza and ordered five pizzas in the name of the officer who arrested him, Captain Coy Wilson.

The police learned this when a Domino's delivery driver arrived shortly thereafter with five pizzas for "Officer Wilson."

Now the suspect is facing additional charges of "theft by deception, identity theft and impersonating an officer."

-via Jonah Goldberg


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"theft by deception, identity theft and impersonating an officer." seems a little far fetched. especially considering charging him, trying him, punishing him, etc will cost the taxpayers plenty.

If I was the officer I would have paid for the pizza and eaten it in front of him, smelling pizza and not getting any is pretty harsh.
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