The manager of an Atlanta-area Pizza Hut is feeling the heat after he got a little too crusty with an employee — by firing pepper spray at her during an argument over pepperoni.
Police have issued a warrant for the arrest of Anderson Ramon Lewis, who faces disorderly conduct for the beef, which apparently started when he confronted the victim over placement of the pork. She insisted she was slinging the sausage by the book, but a witness says that Lewis pressed the issue to the point where the eatery’s general manager told him to leave.
Lewis exited, but returned, still screaming. He wrote down an address on a napkin and told the victim that she could find him there — and then fired the pepper spray, which landed on her arm. He’s still at large.
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