Pizza store employee arrested after being caught placing his private parts on hot pizza pieBy Mason White 9:57 AM September 16, 2014
|Austin Michael Symonds|
By: Aarav Sen
A pizza store employee was arrested on charges of tampering with a consumer product after allegedly placing his private parts on a customer’s hot pizza, police in Taxes said.
Georgetown Police said that they have arrested 18-year-old Austin Michael Symonds, after the customer saw him placing his private parts on his pizza pie.
The incident unfolded at the Papa Murphy’s pizza store located at 3316 Williams Drive. After being confronted, Symonds apologized to the customer saying that he was really sorry and stupid.
The teen told investigators that he did so because the customer called in his order right before closing time. Symonds admitted that if he wasn’t caught he would have given the pizza pie to the customer.
Symonds was charged with tampering with a consumer product. He was fired from the pizza store. The suspect was booked into the Williamson County Jail, and released on $10,000 bail.