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   Not to make you hungry stoners any more paranoid than necessary, but the next pizza delivery dude who comes to your house might really be an undercover cop

10 Nov 2012 04:30 AM   |   7840 clicks   |   Kansas City
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RedPhoenix122    [TotalFark]  
Damn, you mean so when the hot chick says she doesn't have enough money, and wants to pay a different way, she's arrested for prostitution? DAMN YOU OBAMA!

10 Nov 2012 12:15 AM
Amos Quito     
Skimp on the tip, go to jail.

10 Nov 2012 12:31 AM
Nickster79    [TotalFark]  

Amos Quito: Skimp on the tip, go to jail.


I wonder when the first instance of a bribe being passed off as an overly generous tip will happen.

/probably already has happened multiple times.

10 Nov 2012 12:32 AM
Staffist    [TotalFark]  
This is why. Another served community is on its way to becoming underserved its delicious pie because of the actions of a few shiatfarks.

Good riddance, too. You don't deserve the delicious, delicious pizza that many people enjoy from Imo's. fark you thugs

10 Nov 2012 01:18 AM
Lsherm    [TotalFark]  
For fark's sake, people, two delivery drivers were farking killed. It's a shiat enough job without having to worry about being killed while you're doing it.

10 Nov 2012 01:44 AM
PreMortem    [TotalFark]  
Hey future robbers/killers!

The cops will be delivering for Imo's Pizza. Do not try and rob them!

Dumbass cops

10 Nov 2012 01:52 AM
Summoner101     
So are people in St Louis really desperate enough to steal from pizza delivery guys or is Imo's Pizza just that good?

10 Nov 2012 04:39 AM
DittoToo     
Back in the early 90's I delivered for Mr. Ghattis and there were certain parts of town we didn't deliver too, i.e. the poor black neighborhoods. There was supposedly good reason for this because of drivers getting mugged but , when I was there, it was just tradition. Nobody that worked there actually knew anyone who had been robbed it was just something they had heard used to happen "back in the day".

Are pizza places still allowed to do that?

10 Nov 2012 04:42 AM
jtown     

Staffist: This is why. Another served community is on its way to becoming underserved its delicious pie because of the actions of a few shiatfarks.

Good riddance, too. You don't deserve the delicious, delicious pizza that many people enjoy from Imo's. fark you thugs


What is this? I don't even...

How much is he going to get from a pizza delivery guy? $50 and a couple pizzas? What's that going to get him? A few more days on the earth then he has to kill another pizza guy for a few more days? Of course, he can't just take the pizzas because he might get arrested for theft so it's clear he has to kill the guy.

This is why we need the death penalty. Purge this shiat from our gene pool!

10 Nov 2012 04:43 AM
monty666    [TotalFark]  
What a splendid and wise use of community policing resources. Someone will be getting shot in the next house over, and the pizza cop, afraid to blow his cover, won't be able to do anything for fear of blowing his cover.

10 Nov 2012 04:44 AM
OgreMagi     

Lsherm: For fark's sake, people, two delivery drivers were farking killed. It's a shiat enough job without having to worry about being killed while you're doing it.


In the shiatty neighborhoods, the people who want to do right, work, and get themselves in a better place are killed off by the people so stupid they shiat in their own beds. And those scumballs then blame someone else for "keeping them down".

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10 Nov 2012 04:53 AM
Gyrfalcon    [TotalFark]  

DittoToo: Back in the early 90's I delivered for Mr. Ghattis and there were certain parts of town we didn't deliver too, i.e. the poor black neighborhoods. There was supposedly good reason for this because of drivers getting mugged but , when I was there, it was just tradition. Nobody that worked there actually knew anyone who had been robbed it was just something they had heard used to happen "back in the day".

Are pizza places still allowed to do that?


It was like that in L.A. as far back as 1981 when I was in college. There were neighborhoods the Domino's guys would come to a certain intersection, and beyond that, they wouldn't deliver. They don't HAVE to deliver at all if they don't want to.

10 Nov 2012 04:53 AM
phrawgh     

jtown: Staffist: This is why. Another served community is on its way to becoming underserved its delicious pie because of the actions of a few shiatfarks.

Good riddance, too. You don't deserve the delicious, delicious pizza that many people enjoy from Imo's. fark you thugs

What is this? I don't even...

How much is he going to get from a pizza delivery guy? $50 and a couple pizzas? What's that going to get him? A few more days on the earth then he has to kill another pizza guy for a few more days? Of course, he can't just take the pizzas because he might get arrested for theft so it's clear he has to kill the guy.

This is why we need the death penalty. Purge this shiat from our gene pool!


We're looking at this all wrong. These killers sacrificed their immortal souls so that these two pizza men die and go to heaven to be with our Father. We should celebrate, it's all part of the plan!

10 Nov 2012 04:54 AM
abhorrent1     
Wonder how many dogs will pay the ultimate price for this.

/Pizza guy
//woof
///blam,blam,blam

10 Nov 2012 04:54 AM
Counter_Intelligent     

monty666: What a splendid and wise use of community policing resources. Someone will be getting shot in the next house over, and the pizza cop, afraid to blow his cover, won't be able to do anything for fear of blowing his cover.


Master of prognostication.

10 Nov 2012 04:55 AM
monty666    [TotalFark]  

Counter_Intelligent: monty666: What a splendid and wise use of community policing resources. Someone will be getting shot in the next house over, and the pizza cop, afraid to blow his cover, won't be able to do anything for fear of blowing his cover.

Master of prognostication.


This is farking tard city, isn't it?

10 Nov 2012 04:57 AM
GranoblasticMan     

jtown: How much is he going to get from a pizza delivery guy? $50 and a couple pizzas? What's that going to get him? A few more days on the earth then he has to kill another pizza guy for a few more days? Of course, he can't just take the pizzas because he might get arrested for theft so it's clear he has to kill the guy.


Now, now... He was really interested in the prize gem: the '98 Corolla with 280,000 miles.

10 Nov 2012 04:58 AM
rugby-n-beers     
I know they are doing it because two drivers were killed but my guess is that subby isn't too far off of the mark and this will lead to more than a few drug busts based on my experience as a delivery driver while in college. I was regularly offered bong hits, rolled joints to take with me, drinks, and occasionally other random drugs as "tips" when delivering to wasted students and from non-students in the part of town where a bunch of the professors lived. One memorable night involved a guy inviting me in for a quick smoke until his wife turned the corner and started yelling at him because she recognized me from one of her classes. A good weekend night would mean about 100 deliveries from the restaurant (1 trip would be 4-10 stops) and on one of those nights I would probably be offered weed or harder drugs in one form or another from 5-10 of the stops minimum.

10 Nov 2012 05:03 AM
monty666    [TotalFark]  

rugby-n-beers: I know they are doing it because two drivers were killed but my guess is that subby isn't too far off of the mark and this will lead to more than a few drug busts based on my experience as a delivery driver while in college. I was regularly offered bong hits, rolled joints to take with me, drinks, and occasionally other random drugs as "tips" when delivering to wasted students and from non-students in the part of town where a bunch of the professors lived. One memorable night involved a guy inviting me in for a quick smoke until his wife turned the corner and started yelling at him because she recognized me from one of her classes. A good weekend night would mean about 100 deliveries from the restaurant (1 trip would be 4-10 stops) and on one of those nights I would probably be offered weed or harder drugs in one form or another from 5-10 of the stops minimum.


You shouldn't have delivered for Erotic and Illicit Pizza.

10 Nov 2012 05:06 AM
farkingismybusiness    [TotalFark]  
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10 Nov 2012 05:07 AM
Dansker     
I used to patronize a pot delivery service that was disguised as a pizza place, and then it turned out that their phones were being tapped by the cops, so I'm really getting a kick etc.

10 Nov 2012 05:16 AM
monty666    [TotalFark]  

Dansker: I used to patronize a pot delivery service that was disguised as a pizza place, and then it turned out that their phones were being tapped by the cops, so I'm really getting a kick etc.


Fascinating...

10 Nov 2012 05:21 AM
Dansker     

monty666: Dansker: I used to patronize a pot delivery service that was disguised as a pizza place, and then it turned out that their phones were being tapped by the cops, so I'm really getting a kick etc.

Fascinating...


I know, CSB, right?

10 Nov 2012 05:22 AM
monty666    [TotalFark]  
Swanker than a copy of Swank.

10 Nov 2012 05:24 AM
Frederick    [TotalFark]  

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Thats pretty funny

10 Nov 2012 05:28 AM
Dansker     
Swank. That's a funny word. Swank. Swank-swank-swank. Swaaank. swank.

10 Nov 2012 05:28 AM
Enemabag Jones     
Lsherm
For fark's sake, people, two delivery drivers were farking killed. It's a shiat enough job without having to worry about being killed while you're doing it.


You are right, but if some police depts would see this as an excuse to throw out some dogs sniffing around door frames to get some easy arrests, I will not be shocked.

10 Nov 2012 05:31 AM
smadge1     

Enemabag Jones: Lsherm
For fark's sake, people, two delivery drivers were farking killed. It's a shiat enough job without having to worry about being killed while you're doing it.

You are right, but if some police depts would see this as an excuse to throw out some dogs sniffing around door frames to get some easy arrests, I will not be shocked.


How would they stop the dogs from eating the pizza?

10 Nov 2012 05:44 AM
Day_Old_Dutchie     

Staffist: This is why. Another served community is on its way to becoming underserved its delicious pie because of the actions of a few shiatfarks.

Good riddance, too. You don't deserve the delicious, delicious pizza that many people enjoy from Imo's. fark you thugs


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Looks like a vacancy opened up there.

10 Nov 2012 05:58 AM
Ex-Texan     
The whole state is a high crime area.

/ Seen COPS?

10 Nov 2012 06:01 AM
GranoblasticMan     

Day_Old_Dutchie: Staffist: This is why. Another served community is on its way to becoming underserved its delicious pie because of the actions of a few shiatfarks.

Good riddance, too. You don't deserve the delicious, delicious pizza that many people enjoy from Imo's. fark you thugs



Looks like a vacancy opened up there.


I'm going to hell for laughing at that.

10 Nov 2012 06:04 AM
GranoblasticMan     

Ex-Texan: The whole state is a high crime area.

/ Seen COPS?


I don't know about that... Kansas has got game, but they need some work before they can compete in the big leagues with Florida and Texas.

10 Nov 2012 06:07 AM
jso2897     
Pizza delivery, as a job, is a hive of scum and villiany. There is a lot of criminal activity on the part of the delivery people and the customers, both.
I suppose this was only a matter of time.

10 Nov 2012 06:09 AM
Summoner101     

monty666: What a splendid and wise use of community policing resources. Someone will be getting shot in the next house over, and the pizza cop, afraid to blow his cover, won't be able to do anything for fear of blowing his cover.


It's not like they're infiltrating the mob, dude.

10 Nov 2012 06:18 AM
Benjamin Stone     

Summoner101: So are people in St Louis really desperate enough to steal from pizza delivery guys or is Imo's Pizza just that good?


Both...?

10 Nov 2012 06:31 AM
Hobodeluxe     
are we sure pizza is all these guys were delivering? no extra oregano or Parmesan?

10 Nov 2012 06:39 AM
Kibbler     
When I delivered pizzas, the poor black neighborhoods were never a problem. White boys tripping balls? They were a problem.

/purely anecdotal

10 Nov 2012 06:42 AM
murryantoinette     
"omg we're being robbed call the police" "no let's order a pizza its faster"

10 Nov 2012 06:42 AM
durbnpoisn     
Backstory: Someone on the internets had sparked the idea of writing a poem, in the obvious style of an actual famous poet. The only thing is, it had to be about pizza. So, I jumped on the idea and wrote one of my own - in the style of The Raven, by Edgar Allan Poe...
How does this relate to the current thread? It's about pizza, and I'm pretty sure I was high when I wrote it.
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Once upon some night while starving, I had to stop myself from carving
the cushion that I sit upon, about ten feet from the door.

My hunger so appalling, I was thinking that perhaps calling
without stalling, delivery of some pizza to where I sit on chair and floor.

"Tis time for food", I muttered
and dialed up the pizza store

Ah, clearly I remember that time of wanting fodder
of the form that comes with cheese and dough, and delivered to my door

Not long after, there came a tapping, kind of like a rapping
on my house's outside door.

I answered cash in hand, expecting what I ordered to be in store.
But the event that was to unfold, is unusual I'm told
the dude held six pizzas when I ordered only four.

I could only barely stop myself from grabbing the bounty that he bore
Presently my soul grew stronger, and hesitating no longer,
I paid the man, took the food, and thanked him for his chore

It was then I spun on foot away from outside, dude, and door
and proceed to trip on my ottoman and went sprawling on the floor

The boxes holding pizzas opened splayed and tore
and the food that I had longed for, laid splashed across the floor

My fire's last dying ember shown a light on what's remembered
as the mess I must endure
and there it will remain forevermore

10 Nov 2012 06:47 AM
lewismarktwo     
This is funny because being a pizza delivery driver is statistically way more dangerous than being a cop.

10 Nov 2012 07:04 AM
smitty04     
I had no idea that delivering pizza was so dangerous. Google indicates they are a favorite target.


Two teens were arrested Friday after a Domino's Pizza delivery woman was found bludgeoned to death with multiple stab wounds in the doorway of a Georgia home, the Cedartown Standard reports.

Cadedra Cook, 18, was apprehended a day after the incident, after allegedly fleeing on foot with a 15-year-old boy, whose name was not released. Both are charged with murder.
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10 Nov 2012 07:07 AM
jafiwam     
This is what happens when you coddle the Free shiat Army.

They get bolder and actually go on the attack.

Expected step in the escalation is news now?

10 Nov 2012 07:12 AM
KrispyKritter     
two stupid white boys in my town called in a multiple pie delivery order when a pizzeria was nearly closed. had it delivered to an abandoned house. dooshbags killed the pizza guys just to see what it's like to kill someone. they are now the lead story on one of those 'teens who kill' true crime shows as they live out their lives in a hell hole Jersey prison.

10 Nov 2012 07:17 AM
cherryl taggart     
Back years and years ago, delivery orders would go missing, once an address was looked up and determined to be in an area not conducive to health or good tips. It was easier for the manager to comp a free pick-up pizza than get any driver to go to a bad area. But, I wouldn't really know anything about that, because I never, ever worked for anybody that would be more concerned about having to train new personnel and really hated filing out police reports about robbed employees and paying people while they were testifying in robbery cases.


Now, there's usually a disclaimer of "limited delivery area" on menus and ads that gives store managers an out.

10 Nov 2012 07:23 AM
The Beatings Will Continue Until Morale Improves     
They also go undercover as cable repairmen.

I heard this from a reliable source.

10 Nov 2012 07:50 AM
adammpower     

Summoner101: So are people in St Louis really desperate enough to steal from pizza delivery guys or is Imo's Pizza just that good?


Imos is garbage.

10 Nov 2012 07:50 AM
YouPeopleAreCrazy     
They dd that here a few years ago. Too many pizza guys getting robbed/mugged/shot, so they put in a cop.

He got killed.

10 Nov 2012 07:56 AM
edmo    [TotalFark]  

Lsherm: For fark's sake, people, two delivery drivers were farking killed. It's a shiat enough job without having to worry about being killed while you're doing it.


I got mugged twice back in the day. They only wanted the pizza, didn't even ask for money.

Times change

10 Nov 2012 07:58 AM
One_Day_at_a_Time     
What makes worse is the big three pizza places will not allow their drivers with CCW permits carry while on the job. The individual store managers might overlook it, but if the district manager finds out your ass is fired.

Yes it happened it me.

10 Nov 2012 08:06 AM
meathome     

Summoner101: So are people in St Louis really desperate enough to steal from pizza delivery guys or is Imo's Pizza just that good?


The pizza is good, but there are some seriously sketchy parts of STL, where people get killed for less than this.

10 Nov 2012 08:26 AM
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