BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- Everyone wants their pizza hot when it's delivered. And that's just what a Bridgeport woman received when police delivered her pizza after arresting the pizza delivery driver for blocking the road and fighting with them on her front porch, according to the Connecticut Post.
Jonathan Council, 18, a delivery man for Domino’s, was arrested by Bridgeport police on Tuesday, March 15, for resisting arrest after police said he threw his license and registration through their car window, and then fought them when they ordered him to move his car which was blocking the road, said the Connecticut Post.
Police said when they ordered Council to move his car on Olive Street, he yelled at them that he was making a delivery and they would have to wait.
He then threw the cards and made racial slurs, and continued on his way to the front porch of the home he was delivering to, police said. When officer finally wrestled Council under control on the porch, they delivered the pizza to the woman who said her kids were hungry, before taking the driver to jail, added the Connecticut Post.
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