Tennessee Man Charles Douglas Doty scare Little Caesars workers with AK-47 because of delays in serving him pizza, according to the authorities.
On Nov. 19, Charles Douglas Doty Jr., 63, of Knoxville placed an order for a pepperoni pizza at Little Caesars store. Employees told him that his order would take 10 minutes to prepare, and he grew enraged and demanded a free order of breadsticks, according to WBIR.
Dorty stepped outside to wait for his order and then returned with an AK-47 demanding that the staff quickly give him his order, according to authorities. He stopped an employee who was attempting to leave the store, asking “where in the hell” the employee thought he was going.
Doty was given an order by a lady who had previously received it in hopes that he would go. The employee he challenged fled to the store’s rear and dialed 911 but Doty fled before officers arrived.
Kimberleigh Smith, a former employee who was working that night at the restaurant, said she was “shocked” that everything transpired over a $6 pizza. “I was taking care of a female customer, and she was about to leave when the guy came in with the gun,” Smith explained. “‘Where is my d—- pizza, I want my pizza,’ he said, pointing the gun at me.”
Doty was eventually apprehended and charged with four counts of aggravated assault and one count of very severe abduction. He was arrested and held on a $90,000 bail.
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