A drunk man was arrested at a Dominos in Massachusetts after freaking out over his “pizza points.”
Shaune Wittenmeyer, 42, was taken into custody for disorderly conduct Friday after causing a scene at a Hyannis location of the chain restaurant, WBZ reports.
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Police said an irate Wittenmeyer got into an argument with Dominos staff over the pizza points reward system. When he was asked to leave, he knocked pizza boxes out of a delivery driver’s hands.
Officers also noted he had “a strong odor of alcohol on his breath,” according to the Boston Herald.
Dominos offers a “Piece of the Pie Rewards” point system where every order of $10 or more earns you one point. 60 points can be redeemed for a free medium two-topping pizza.
After authorities had Wittenmeyer in handcuffs, he continued to put up a fight and began taunting the police officers, referencing recently murdered Yarmouth Police Sgt. Sean Gannon and saying he wished the officer on scene was the one who died.
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Wittenmeyer was also charged with intimidating a witness. He was later released on $500 bail while he awaits arraignment.