A Florida man wasn’t prepared to present his father a “pizza” his coronary heart.
Robert Houston was arrested Thursday after he allegedly attacked his father with a pizza upon discovering out his outdated man helped ship him at delivery, WFLA reported. Police arrived on the residence in Vacation, Fla., and found a slice of the pie on a chair together with cheese and tomato sauce splattered contained in the residence.
Houston’s father instructed deputies he was returning residence from a stroll when his son picked up the pizza from the supply man and proceeded to shove the pie in his face, maintain him down and yell at him.
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“The sufferer started to flail round attempting to get the defendant off him at which level the defendant went exterior and awaited regulation enforcement,” the arrest report acknowledged.
Houston later instructed police he “threw pizza at his dad’s face hanging him with it attributable to him being mad his dad helped give delivery to him,” WTSP reported.
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It’s unclear why the knowledge brought on him to assault his father.
Houston was arrested and held on a $150 bond.