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    A food delivery worker was arrested over the weekend after trying to covertly steal a family's puppy while dropping off pizza. The incident unfolded over the evening on Saturday at a condominium building in Jacksonville Beach, Florida. Surveillance footage shows the suspect, 22-year-old Arlinson Chilito, calmly entering the elevator on the way back from delivering the pizza while obscuring Lexi, a 10-month-old teacup poodle, in his delivery bag. The footage then shows Chilito walking out of the elevator while holding the pup and eventually getting into his blue Ford Focus to drive off. Scroll down for video  A man allegedly posing as a Grubhub employee was arrested for snatching a poodle Surveillance video showed Arlinson Chilito, 22, sneaking the puppy into a delivery bag Chilito then calmly exited the elevator with the dog, where he was able to evade staff 'It was terrible,' the dog owner, Rick...
    On this day in 2007, Shawn Hornbeck was finally reunited with his parents after he vanished without a trace while out riding his bike in Missouri four years earlier.  Shawn was out riding his bike on October 6, 2002, aged 11, when he was kidnapped by 41-year-old by pizza shop boss Michael Devlin.  After years of unimaginable dread, his parents were finally able to welcome their son home after Devlin was caught kidnapping another boy- 13-year-old Ben Ownby. Ownby had been missing for four days when police entered a small apartment in Kirkwood, Missouri to find two boys.  A white truck had been seen speeding away after Ownby had been snatched, and when police tracked down the perpetrator's home, they found Shawn Hornbeck too.  This led police - four days later - to Devlin's cluttered one bedroom apartment, where they found Shawn sitting on the couch. Police called his parents, who...
    Watch for falling pizzas. Over the past year, many restaurants have developed unique ways of providing food to customers while also practicing social distancing. For most places, this involves installing plastic barriers, moving to outdoor dining and other similar practices. One grad student living in a second-story apartment in Philadelphia has taken a unique approach to food delivery. Since the pandemic began, he’s been dropping pizzas out of his window to hungry people on the sidewalk below. Ben Berman uses a pulley to safely lower the pies to the ground, WDBJ 7 reports. He told reporters, “I realized I could make people smile by dropping slices of pizza out my window and that was really the original idea.” According to the news outlet, Berman spends several days making pizzas, which starts with making and rolling the pizza dough. He then makes the sauce on the second day while the dough sits and finishes the...
    Watch for falling pizzas. Over the past year, many restaurants have developed unique ways of providing food to customers while also practicing social distancing. For most places, this involves installing plastic barriers, moving to outdoor dining and other similar practices. One grad student living in a second-story apartment in Philadelphia has taken a unique approach to food delivery. (iStock) One grad student living in a second-story apartment in Philadelphia has taken a unique approach to food delivery. Since the pandemic began, he’s been dropping pizzas out of his window to hungry people on the sidewalk below. Ben Berman uses a pulley to safely lower the pies to the ground, WDBJ 7 reports. NORTH CAROLINA RESTAURANT RECEIVES $1G TIP FROM 'HOLIDAY ANGEL' He told reporters, "I realized I could make people smile by dropping slices of pizza out my window, and that was really the original idea." According to the...
    Police have seized mobile phones used by a pizza bar worker whose lie about how he contracted coronavirus put South Australia into strict lockdown. Residents across the state were stuck in their homes for three days in Australia's strictest lockdown since the pandemic began, but it was all due to the 36-year-old Spanish man's attempt to disguise how he contracted the virus. Rather than disclosing he worked at the Woodville Pizza Bar in Adelaide's inner north-west, he claimed to be a customer and that the virus must have been caught off the pizza box, raising fears it could have been similarly transmitted to hundreds of other customers. In fact the man had worked in close contact with another pizza bar worker who also worked at a quarantine hotel.  Specialist detectives from Task Force Protect have seized devices from the Spanish man as part of their investigation into the Parafield coronavirus cluster. More...
    A DAD-to-be has been slammed online after he shared a snap of himself eating pizza while his wife gave birth. In the photo the bloke can be seen chowing down on a hot and spicy pepperoni pizza while his other half struggles with labour pains. 1A dad-to-be has been slammed after he snapped a photo of himself enjoying a pizza while his wife in labour writhed in painCredit: Reddit Captioning his snap he wrote, “It’s not delivery, it’s DiGiorno” referring to the American frozen pizza brand’s slogan. The photo has since been shared on Reddit, where it left users outraged. Commenting on the post, one wrote, “Casually eating pizza when your SO is in the middle of giving birth.” Another added: “She’s is pain and he’s just I’m eat a pizza and drink beer and take a picture of you suffering.” A third ranted, “This isn't funny. The woman is...
    PARK SLOPE, Brooklyn (WABC) -- Mayor Bill de Blasio waited hours in line to cast his ballot early for the presidential election.The mayor got in line around 1:15 p.m. Tuesday and waited hours -- like so many other New Yorkers have done.De Blasio tweeted that despite the long line, it will be worth it:"Getting ready to vote in Brooklyn. Long line but it will be worth it! Urging all progressives to vote for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris on the Working Families Party line in New York State. Protect our @NYWFP and change our nation, all at once!"Related: Early Voting in New York - Info, links and resourcesHe ordered a pizza from Smiling Pizza while he waited for more than three hours. He ate one slice and then handed out the rest. It’s a pizza party for the line in Park Slope. @NYCMayor handing out slices to folks who’ve been...
    A NEWBORN baby boy was found abandoned inside a pizza box on a pavement in Mexico. Locals discovered the week-old infant, who was wrapped in a blanket, in Tlaltenango, Zacatecas on Thursday. A heartbreaking note about his mum - who had died while giving birth - accompanied the child. 3A week-old baby was found wrapped inside a pizza box on a pavement in Zacatecas on Thursday 3A note which accompanied the child read that his mum had died while giving birth The note read: "Take care of my grandson. My daughter died while giving birth and I don't have [a way] to support him and I hope he has a better life and God forgive me." Social services were contacted and the baby was taken to a local hospital for medical checks. The discovery went viral on social media. The Civil Protection agency announced on Facebook that the child...
    THIS is the disgusting moment a Domino's driver rubbed a tub of ice cream on his crotch before handing it to a customer. The grim sight was captured by Jonathan Terry's door camera, with his girlfriend spotting it and stopping him tucking in to the ruined treat. 4The delivery driver rubbed himself with the ice cream tubCredit: SWNS:South West News Service 4Jonathan Terry said he was shocked after being told what the driver did to his foodCredit: SWNS:South West News Service The 31-year-old had ordered a pizza and the pudding for a night in with pals. Doorbell app Ring caught the brazen delivery driver rubbing the tub on himself while waiting for the door to be answered on September 27. Wedding photographer Jonathan from Great Missenden, Bucks, said "We sat down, watched a film and started to eat the cookies. "About 20-minutes after we received the delivery we went to...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Ravens defensive back Marlon Humphrey cashed in big this week, signing a five-year, $98.75 million extension. But the 24-year-old said his dad will still be watching over his finances. Humphrey said, when the team was in Houston, linebacker Matthew Judon ordered a pizza from Domino’s on his account. His dad took note. ‘It Was Really Big For Me To Stay A Raven’ | Ravens Sign CB Marlon Humphrey To Five-Year Extension “My dad is still going to be on me,” Humphrey said. “Shoot, he calls me, Judon ordered a pizza on my account from Houston, and he was like, ‘Hey, I saw a charge from Domino’s in Houston.’ So, he’s always looking at my financials.” Humphrey added that if he splurges, his dad will, “probably be trying to get me to take it back.” Humphrey was the Ravens’ first-round pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. He was the...
    Yvette Gentry takes over Louisville Metro Police Department McDonalds Is Almost Sold Out of These Two New Items Ravens $99M CB Marlon Humphrey says dad questioned him after teammate ordered pizza on his card Baltimore Ravens cornerback Marlon Humphrey can order all the pizzas he wants for himself, and his teammates too. His dad probably isn’t going to be happy about it though. In a news conference after Humphrey signed a $98.75 million extension with the Ravens, making him the second-highest paid cornerback in the NFL, he said his dad will keep him from doing anything foolish with his new fortune. And he had a pretty good story about a teammate ordering a pizza on his credit card during a road trip to drive the point home.Marlon Humphrey’s dad wanted to know about pizza chargeIt’s not like Humphrey was broke before Thursday. He was a first-round pick, and first-round...
    Donald Trump earned $197 million from appearing on The Apprentice and a further $230 million from deals that followed, tax records show.  The reality TV show and the licensing and endorsement agreements it brought were among his biggest money-makers, The New York Times reported on Monday.  Thanks to a deal he made with producers of the show in 2005 alone, Trump raked in $47.8million because of a deal which entitled him to half the show's profits. The money handed Trump a financial lifeline, the Times said Monday. He had relied on heavy losses across his business empire to help nearly erase his federal income tax bill, according to the paper's report Sunday.  The details of the tax filings published Sunday complicate Trump's description of himself as a shrewd and patriotic businessman, revealing instead a series of financial losses and income from abroad that could come into conflict with his responsibilities as president.  The president's...
    An online fundraiser for 89-year-old Derlin Newey — who works 30 hours a week at a Papa John's in Roy, Utah, in order to pay his bills — received more than $12,000 in donations after he went viral on the internet earlier this month. A video captured the incredible moment a local family delivered the donation to the incredibly hardworking elderly man.What are the details? Newey unknowingly gained internet fame on TikTok earlier this month when he delivered pizza to a family. Carlos Valdez and his family recorded their interaction with Newey, who engaged the family in kind and polite conversation while he delivered their food. Valdez and his family boast more than 53,000 followers on the popular video-sharing platform. Valdez told KSL-TV that Newey often delivers pizza to the family's home and greets them in a typical fashion each time, chirping, "Hello, are you...
    An elderly delivery driver has been presented with a $12,000 tip after a TikTok star started a fundraiser for the cash-strapped senior citizen.  Derlin Newey, 89, works 30 hours a week at a Papa John's Pizza in Roy, Utah in order to make ends meet.  Earlier this month, he delivered a pizza to the home of popular TikTok creator Carlos Valdez - an event which unexpectedly changed his life forever.  Valdez recorded his family's interaction with Newey - who stood at the doorstep and enjoyed a friendly conversation with the clan. The footage was later posted to Valdez's TikTok page, where it quickly went viral.  Elderly pizza delivery driver Derlin Newey (left) has been presented with a $12,000 tip after TikTok star Carlos Valdez (right) started a fundraiser for the cash-strapped senior citizen. Earlier this month, Newey delivered a pizza to the home of popular TikTok...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Everyone’s routines have changed over the course of the last few months since the coronavirus pandemic reached the U.S. Baltimore Ravens linebacker Matthew Judon is no different. Speaking with reporters in a video conference this week, Judon said that his pre-game ritual of going to the best pizza spot in town has to change this year. “I usually find one of the best pizza spots in town, one of the highest rated and I eat pizza the night before the game. But, we aren’t allowed to leave our hotel so they’re just going to have to bring it to me,” said Judon. “I’m just going to have to be chilling up in the hotel and that’s just what it is for right now. It’s a crazy time and a crazy world right now. For me to keep everybody on my team safe, and for everybody else to...
    A Texas ranger plied an 80-year-old serial killer with pizza, Dr Pepper and art supplies over 700 hours of interviews to get him to confess to killing 93 people across the US.  Last year, the FBI declared that Samuel Little was the most prolific serial killer in the country. Little confessed to 93 murders - mostly of women - across the US between 1970 and 2005. And one Texas ranger by the name of James Holland has revealed just how he managed to get Little to make those confessions.  Holland told CBS News that he and FBI agent Christie Palazzolo spent 48 days straight interviewing Little, who eventually started to talk about killing three people in Texas.  Scroll down for video  Texas ranger, James Holland (right), has revealed how he plied Samuel Little (left), 80, with pizza, Dr Pepper and art supplies over 700 hours of interviews to get him to confess...
    Victoria Beckham has reportedly broke her 20-year no carb rule after husband David impressed her with his homemade pizza skills during lockdown. The former footballer, 45, who is reportedly being lined up for a stint on Celebrity Bake Off, is said to have been experimenting with recipes during the lockdown. According to reports, Victoria 'couldn't get enough' of David's homemade pizza after using various different toppings. Lockdown fun: Victoria Beckham has reportedly broke her 20-year no carb rule after husband David impressed her with his homemade pizza skills during lockdown (pictured in 2019)   Although it has been claimed that the fashion designer, 46, who is known for her love of steamed fish and vegetables, is 'back to clean eating' now autumn is approaching. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next TALK OF THE TOWN: Is Becks about to cook up a storm on... Victoria Beckham celebrates the last...
    Harrowing footage captured the moment a looter knocked out an elderly worker as he tried to defend his store amid the on-going Kenosha riots, as a pizza store employee was filmed elsewhere in the city pleading with rioters to stop, asking ‘Are you trying to get Trump re-elected?’ Businesses and other institutions in the Wisconsin city have been left decimated and destroyed following three consecutive nights of rioting and looting spurred by the Sunday police shooting of unarmed black man, Jacob Blake, who has been left paralyzed. On Monday night, an elderly worker of Sue and Keith’s Magical Mattress Store, identified as Mr. Robert who is in his 70s, was filmed being callously knocked-out cold by one protester as he attempted to stop a fire in the store that was started by looters. The following evening, on Tuesday, a worker at a Papa John’s Pizza chain in the city center...
    Donald Trump went to Joe Biden's backyard on Thursday to attack his rival ahead of his acceptance speech at the Democratic National Convention - then the president stopped for some take-out pizza, which is a code word among Q-Anon conspiracy theorists. The president, after speaking to supporters at Mariotti Building Products, a kitchen remodeler in Old Forge, made an unscheduled stop at a local pizza joint to buy a couple of pies. It was an unusual move for Trump, who rarely makes such pit stops, unlike Vice President Mike Pence, who frequently stops at diners during his travels. Barack Obama, when he was president, also made several impromptu stops at diners and hamburger joints - which many politicians see as a way to meet and connect with 'the people.' President Donald Trump holds a pizza during a visit to Arcaro and Genell restaurant after speaking at a campaign event...
    Scientists identify 37 active volcanoes on Venus Polar bears are being pushed toward extinction Lost Dog Goes To His Vets Office To Ask For Help Getting Back Home The other day, this little black puppy in Thailand ended up in a very scary predicament. Somehow, he’d become separated from his owner, and was lost and alone in the big, wide world. But rather than wait around in hopes of being found, this clever pup sought help out himself. © Putahracsa Veterinary Clinic It’s unclear how long the dog was missing, or how far his desperate wanderings took him. What is clear, however, is that he wasn’t able to make his way home on his own.  But he did find the next best thing — and the key to his rescue. The dog managed to track down his doctor’s office, the Putahracsa Veterinary Clinic, where he'd been vaccinated...
    It’s no secret that President Donald Trump’s reelection bid is floundering. Just about every poll shows him underwater against former Vice President Joe Biden. Hide And given that America is mired in a catastrophic pandemic and a disastrous economic collapse, it’s not surprising. Hide So it shouldn’t be all that wild that Trump might shake up his campaign, which he did yesterday. Out is 2016 whiz Brad Parscale, who may have used a trove of illicit Facebook data to push Trump into office. In is Bill Stepien. Trump announced the move on Twitter. I am pleased to announce that Bill Stepien has been promoted to the role of Trump Campaign Manager. Brad Parscale, who has been with me for a very long time and has led our tremendous digital and data strategies, will remain in that role, while being a Senior Advisor to the…— Donald J....
    Getty UFC “BMF” champ Jorge Masvidal made an epic pit stop in Italy via his private jet on the way to his UFC 251 encounter with welterweight champ Kamaru Usman in Abu Dhabi. Masvidal, 35, from Miami, posted photos on Instagram showing the fighter in Rome eating some yummy Italian pizza. “Was in the mood for some pizza so made a quick stop,” Masvidal posted. View this post on Instagram Was in the mood for some pizza so made a quick stop #theresurrection A post shared by Jorge Masvidal (@gamebredfighter) on Jul 7, 2020 at 9:39am PDT UFC 251: Usman vs. Masvidal takes place on Saturday, July 11 in Abu Dhabi. Masvidal took the fight on just six days’ notice. The fighter told ESPN he needed to lose over 20 pounds before Friday to make the welterweight limit of 170 pounds. But apparently Masvidal’s love...
    A Michigan pastor says a white woman coughed in his face after he forgot his mask outside a pizza place and declares it be to an act of “racism.” Michael Hale Jr. told Fox 2 Detroit that he and his wife were waiting for their order outside of Belle Isle Pizza on June 19 in Detroit. He went to retrieve his order and that’s when a woman wearing a red hat and mask stopped him. She demanded to know where his mask was. READ MORE: Kathy Jenkins, ‘KKK Karen’ apologizes for racist rant at BLM protest “She said ‘Have you lost your mask’ or ‘where’s your mask at’ so I responded ‘Well my mask is in the car and she shouldn’t worry about my mask,'” Hale said. “So when I stood outside and waited for the pizza, that’s when she walked out and really got in my face and coughed...
    (CNN)An Ohio couple say they were shocked and disappointed when they opened their ready-made pizza to see pepperonis arranged in the shape of a reverse swastika Saturday. "Things like this are keeping hate alive in this world," Jason Laska told CNN. "We all need the exact opposite of that right now." Laska said he was on his way home from his mother-in-law's house when he stopped to pick up dinner for his family. He says he grabbed a "hot and ready pizza" from the warmer at Little Caesars in Brook Park, Ohio, about 14 miles south of Cleveland. He got home, ready to dig in when the couple opened the box and say they found the symbol on their pizza.Jason Laska said he hopes the fired employees "learned a valuable lesson throughout this." "We were literally silent for a few moments," Laska said. "Misty (his wife) asked me if I...
    A MUM has shared her amusement after her six-year-old son wrote out a "weekly meal plan" which consisted LOTS of fish and leftover pizza. Posting the handwritten plan online, the mum shared that she was super impressed by her little one's ability to understand the concept of meal planning as well as his "use of leftovers". 2A six-year-old lad wrote out his ideal weekly meal plan with his mum sharing it onlineCredit: Facebook Other parents were left in hysterics after reading the lad's "neatly written" list of meals. And after a quick scan over the suggested meals, it's evident the lad is particularly fond of fish and pizza, as every meal - except one - is a variation of the two. In his list, which includes two whole weekends plus the weekdays in between, he suggests starting the week with "takeaway", followed by "pizza" then "chicken"...
    WARRENVILLE, Ill. (WLS) -- Fredric "Rick" Rosati, CEO of the national pizza restaurant group Rosati's Pizza, passed away unexpectedly June 15 at his home in Cave Creek, Ariz., according to an official press release. He was 70 years old.Rosati's death closely follows that of his father, Rosati's Pizza co-founder Ferdinand "Fred" Rosati, who died at the age of 102 in March.Rosati was the driving force to franchise the Rosati's Pizza concept in 1979.He opened his first restaurant at the age of 20 in Arlington Heights and went on to establish locations across the U.S., including the company's first Arizona restaurant in 1986."Rick believed in American entrepreneurship and the power of small business," brother and Rosati's Pizza CFO Jeff Rosati said. "Rick mentored countless dishwashers and cooks and helped people move from entry-level positions to roles as managers and even store owners. A lot of his business partners were former dishwashers."Rosati...
    If you’ve ever had a dog, you know how impossible it is to resist when they want table scraps as a little treat. Those big eyes, the politely restrained whining… who wouldn’t give them at least one tasty morsel from your plate? But there’s a stark difference between giving your persistent pup a bite of people food and letting him lick it up from your own plate while you’re mid-eating—or cooking. A video showing an Instagram famous Miniature Australian Shepherd slurping down ingredients from a pizza that his person is in the middle of making has people online freaking out over the utter grossness of it all. “Haters will say gross,” wrote Mariah Mainelis, accompanied by video of Moose the dog licking cheese literally right off the freaking pizza. View this post on Instagram Haters will say gross A post shared by Mini Australian Shepherd (@moose_the_miniaussie) on May 25,...
    There’s a collector for everything. The owner of the world’s largest collection of pizza is about to show off during a virtual pizza party. The collection is made up of about 1,550 different boxes. Scott Wiener’s collection was admitted to the Guinness Book of World Records in 2013, Atlas Obscura reports. Since then, the number of boxes has more than doubled. (iStock) Scott Wiener’s collection was admitted to the Guinness Book of World Records in 2013, Atlas Obscura reports. At that time, his collection wasn’t as large and was only made up of 595 boxes from around the world. He plans on having his record certified again next week, this time with the much larger collection. Wiener also plans on hosting a virtual tour of the collection this weekend. UBEREATS CUSTOMER SLAMMED FOR LAST-MINUTE $300 ORDER CANCELLATION: 'THAT'S REALLY ROTTEN' He first became interested in pizza boxes in 2009 when...
    His sanity for a slice. For 10 years, a 65-year-old Belgian man has been tormented by a constant stream of pizza deliveries he didn’t order. “I cannot sleep anymore. I start shaking every time I hear a scooter on the street,” Jean Van Landeghem tells Het Laatste Nieuws. “I dread that someone will come to drop off hot pizzas yet another time.” Van Landeghem, a resident of Turnhout, initially thought a forgetful pizza-lover was accidentally ordering them to the wrong address. But after years of being inundated with unwanted pies, he realized something more sinister was afoot — such a constant miscommunication was surely evidence that someone wanted to take out his mind, he says. But to this day, the mystery remains unsolved. The pizzas come for Van Landeghem night and day, he tells the Dutch outlet of his “pizza terror.” Other fast food, including kebabs, has also arrived unordered...
    It turns out, there is such a thing as too much pizza. A Belgian man says he has been receiving mysterious pizzas that he never ordered for over a decade. While it may initially seem like an annoying prank, the victim says he’s received so many pizzas over the years that he shakes every time he hears a scooter coming down the street. Jean Van Landeghem, a 65-year-old resident of Turnhout, says that delivery drivers bring pizza to his door at all hours and the day and night, the Independent reports. (iStock) Jean Van Landeghem, a 65-year-old resident of Turnhout, says delivery drivers bring pizza to his door at all hours and the day and night, the Independent reports. This has reportedly been going on for almost a decade and Landeghem says he has no idea why. WOMAN FILMED DEMANDING MCDONALD'S MANAGER'S PHONE NUMBER, GETS DEATH THREATS WHEN FOOTAGE...
    LOS ANGELES (AP) - After his Los Angeles pizza shop was crippled for two months by the coronavirus pandemic, Bobby Alt reopened Saturday excited to finally dish out slices to customers in person. By the time he closed for the night, he feared the worst for his little business. A largely peaceful protest earlier in the day, which had delivered a steady flow of hungry customers, had given way to unruly groups of vandals tagging and breaking into businesses in the upscale Beverly Grove neighborhood. Alt watched it unfold with a sense of dread, closed up D’Amore’s Pizza and left. When he returned the next morning, he found his door busted in and the place trashed. TOP STORIES Chattanooga police chief tells officers OK with George Floyd death to turn in badges Pentagon brass summoned to Congress to testify on Trumps mobilizing of military forces Richmond police chief says rioters...
    Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.Some people just don’t like cold pizza. A bizarre photo recently surfaced showing a man on an airplane holding up a slice of pizza to one of the lights. Based on the image, it appears that the man is attempting to warm up the slice under the apparent heat of the light. The image appeared on the Instagram account PassengerShaming, where it has received over 8,000 likes. Based on the comments, it appears that most social media users agreed that this man was trying to warm his pizza up. The caption joked, “Just warming up some leftovers... relatable post-memorial day activity.” ROMAN COLOSSEUM, VATICAN MUSEUMS REOPEN TO PUBLIC, BUT TO MUCH SMALLER CROWDS THAN USUAL “It's like an Easy-Bake Oven for the world traveler,” added one user. “If a lightbulb is good enough to cook...
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