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Man thrown in jail for ordering his mother to bring him pizza

By Mason White 3:09 PM July 31, 2017
Slice of pizza (illustration)
Slice of pizza (illustration)
By: Tanya Clark

A man was locked up behind bars after violating a court order by calling his mother and demanding she order him pizza, according to police in the United Kingdom.

Carshalton police said that they have arrested David Paul, after being accused of harassing his mother despite the outstanding restraining order.

In court, Paul pleaded guilty to breaching a restraining order and racially abusing a police officer. Judge Terry Carpenter ordered Paul to serve 12 weeks in prison.

Paul was also ordered to pay a victim surcharge of $150 within five months.

According to the police investigation, Paul’s mother and sister took out the restraining order following an assault. One day, Paul called his mother who was identified as Watson, and asked her for $50.

She refused his request. Paul kept calling his mother and threatened to kick down the door of her home.

Watson then caved in, and took her son to the ATM and withdrew money. The next day, Paul again began harassing his mother and demanded pizza.

Watson called police and reported the breach of the restraining order, and as a result, her son was arrested. While the police officer arrested Paul, he told him to go bomb himself after mistaking him for a Muslim.