Man believed pizza slice was left behind to harass others
We're surprised police even respond to these calls, but at least it makes for good conversation around the dinner table at home. On Monday evening, police were called to the 1300 block of Desoto Street about a "suspicious piece of pizza."
The 43-year-old man demanded that police write out a police report about the slice of pizza, claiming it was left near a fence with the intent to harass. Police described the pizza slice to the Pioneer Press: "The man had found a piece of pizza that was three-quarters eaten, with bite marks in it." It was a cheese and pepperoni pizza with traditional hand-tossed crust, in case you were wondering.
No other potentially harassing slices of partially eaten pizza slices were found at the scene. We can all sleep in peace tonight.
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