Skip to comments.Man Gets Locked Up [arrested], Orders Pizzas From Cell
Posted on 07/18/2014 4:00:22 PM PDT by Slings and Arrows
He was already suspected of shoplifting beer, but a southern Kentucky man now faces additional charges for a pizza prank.
While Michael Harp was in the process of getting booked at the police station, the 29-year-old placed an order for pizza on his cell phone.
Five boxes from Domino's were delivered to an Officer Wilson, who had arrested Harp.
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At least they didn’t choke him to death.
How many inmates are malnourished in our penal institutions?
To watch some Lock-up shows on pmlsdnbc, they look purty well fed..
Why did he still have his cell phone if he was in a jail cell?
I told ya to hold the anchovies!
Now I got to taze and gas ya!!
You gotta’ laugh.
I have a Stuff pizza a mile away,, makes a decent pizza and a calzoni that fills..
Thanks but no thanks tho!
Wifey is hitting Arbys on the way home!!
Tho.. A combo #1 and #2 medium sounds awful tempting
LIfe is a bugger sumtimes
Anyone check on his dog?
Maybe they meant a payphone in his jail cell.
Taze, gas, and nightstick.
“You forgot the drinks!”
Dog is being held for questioning.
Might be a total loss.
Found out someplace after some dudes uncle in the concrete business gets an order.
Those are usually collect only phones. It'd be hard to get a pizza joint to take your order if you couldn't even pay for the call.
2nd best scene in the movie.
I thought it was while they were booking him. Still doesn’t explain why he has his phone.
Ned Braden: Now, they give you one phone call. See they book you, and then the give you one phone call.
Jack Hanson: Call the pizza man!
He wasn’t in a cell, he was being booked. They usually search you for weapons before they arrest you, but they don’t take all your property from you until they get you booked.
“Harp now faces additional identity/deception/impersonation charges. Under Kentucky law, pretending to be a police officer is a felony.”
Well, that’s a bit extreme for a silly prank. Making him pay for the dang pizzas without getting to eat them is probably punishment enough.
I guess he can be glad they didn’t charge him with trying to bribe an officer too.
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