Important News: A Person Called The Police On Their Neighbor Because They Thought They Stole Their Pizza

May 9, 2017


This is a newspaper clipping from the police blotter in Burlingame, California, about a person who called the police after ordering a pizza and seeing what they believed to be their pizza delivered to a neighbor (it sounds like they were hangry). It turns out the neighbor ordered pizza too. Why would you not just go knock on their door instead of calling the police? *Googles Burlingame, California* It says the median home price in 2010 was $1.8-million, were you afraid their butler might turn you away? Also, I like how the accused pizza thief reported being upset. Is that something you can sue for? Because in this day and age it's probably worth a shot. "You're an idiot." I recorded that, you can expect to hear from my lawyer.

Thanks to Ganby, who wants to know if 911 sent a regular officer or a member of the Pizza Police. Also, if the biggest police story in your community is a case of mistaken pizza identity, congratulations, you live in Pleasantville.

  • Guesticle

    I'm gonna make more fun of the asshat who called the cops to tell them he was upset about having the cops called on him. just waste everybody's time even more and for even less reason than the first idiot had

  • Nico Horst

    Is it even stealing if you haven't payed the pizza jet...

  • Geekologie

    there's a pizza jet?!

  • Jenness

    OMG you're my hero for finding that matching image to a typo. *bows* That's some fine googlin' ma'am

  • GeneralDisorder

    What the hell is that from?

  • Bling Nye

    Sure, the Red Baron flies it.

    No wait, that's a biplane.

  • Big Dog on Krampus

    this confirms that the Noid is still active

  • GeneralDisorder

    Perhaps the noid should have avoided me.

  • Michael “Mario” Jordan

    When you don't have anything geeky to post...

  • Megatron Jenkins

    Your links always crack me up

  • Geekologie

    pizza is life Michael, this is about life

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