Pizza Hut supervisor uses pepper spray to attack employee because of the way she put pepperoni and cheese on pizza


Pizza pie (illustration)
Pizza pie (illustration)
By: Alexis Bell  WorldWideWeirdNews.com

A Pizza Hut supervisor is on the run from police after being accused of using pepper spray to attack an employee, according to police in Georgia.

Sandy Springs police said that they have secured an arrest warrant for Anderson Ramon Lewis, who was accused of using pepper spray to attack another employee because he did not agree with the way she was preparing pizza pies.

Lewis is facing a charge of disorderly conduct.

According to the police investigation, the victim and Lewis worked at the Pizza Hut located at 4920 Roswell Road.

On Tuesday at around 7:00 p.m., Lewis approached the woman and told her that he did not agree with the way she was placing pepperoni and cheese on pizza pies.

An argument broke out, and Lewis told her that she had to leave the store or be fired. The general manager got involved and told Lewis to leave the store.

Lewis did leave, but he came back after several minutes. He threatened the woman and pulled out a can of pepper spray.

He then sprayed the woman, and the liquid hit her arm. Lewis then threw trays of pizza to the ground and stormed out of the store.