Judge Bans Guy From Ordering Pizza

Fla. man accused of harassing restaurants
By Rob Quinn,  Newser Staff
Posted Aug 13, 2016 6:18 AM CDT
Judge Bans Guy From Ordering Pizza
No pizza for Riddle.   (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)

In Sebastian, Florida, pizza delivery is not a right, it is a privilege reserved for people whose name is not Randy Riddle. A judge banned Riddle from ordering pizza as a bail condition after the 49-year-old was accused of harassing numerous pizza restaurants, TCPalm reports. During a three-week reign of terror, Riddle allegedly used several phone numbers to order pizzas that he refused to pay for, send pizzas to fake addresses, and tell restaurants that their pizza was disgusting. Riddle—who already has a conviction for making harassing phone calls—also allegedly bombarded police, city hall, and health authorities with pizza-related phone calls. (This woman called 911 over a half-hamburger pizza.)

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