Pennsylvania pizzeria owner charged i...

Pennsylvania pizzeria owner charged in rodent sabotage

There are 15 comments on the The York Daily Record story from Feb 28, 2011, titled Pennsylvania pizzeria owner charged in rodent sabotage. In it, The York Daily Record reports that:

Authorities in suburban Philadelphia are accusing a pizzeria owner of trying to sabotage two rival shops by dumping mice into them.

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Mallowmar Gadhafly

New Freedom, PA

#1 Feb 28, 2011
We do not understand the fuss. Rodents are considered "toppings" on pizzas here in Libya. They charge extra for mice parts, but mouse turds are just considered to be a free condiment, like oregano.
JOHN

Philadelphia, PA

#2 Feb 28, 2011
He got caught RAT Handed.
Taxpayer

Newville, PA

#3 Mar 1, 2011
this is great. I cant wait to see this as a movie...Pizza Wars.
Just Saying

York, PA

#4 Mar 1, 2011
I hear tell its an new pizza called the [ Rendell Supreme ]....
Bro1856

Cockeysville, MD

#5 Mar 1, 2011
oh, those wacky Greeks
Inspector Clueso

Ephrata, PA

#6 Mar 1, 2011
I knew I smelled a rat!
Railroad Jim

Mechanicsburg, PA

#7 Mar 1, 2011
Guess Nina's Bella Pizzeria will be closed for "awhile"! What a simp!
Mr McWop

Hanover, PA

#8 Mar 1, 2011
Greeks are just wanna be Italians!!!!!!
malcomm

Philadelphia, PA

#10 Mar 1, 2011
old whiteys at it again. hmmmm....
Is this a take out

York, PA

#11 Mar 1, 2011
Business must be slow at Nicky's if he has time to deliver 'mices' at two (2) different locations. Dumb a##, next time have your deliver boy deliver the 'mices'...forgot, NO business equates to NO delivery boy!
Like no one would recognize Nicky, with HIS dump being just down the street...wow, tear up his green card! Light on the anchovies and more mice head meat please!
megafly

Inglewood, CA

#12 Mar 1, 2011
I used to own and run pizzerias in and around HBG for many years, I worked for many of my competitors at one time or another. I did finally own my own shop, and when I ran out (disaster, out of business situation) cheese or flour I was very well received by my competitors (previous employers) as they would lend me the supplies I needed to stay in operation. I also lent them a worker once when several of there guys went to a family wedding in Italy for a week. Im still friends with all of them. This is how the business world should work. I wouldn't ever eat at this Greek guys place in a million years. They want to monopolize the restaurant operations in central PA and some are wanna be mobsters. I would say this man is one of the former. Honestly most of the pizza guys I know are good folks. They take pride in what they do, and they are very concerned with there reputation and truly care for there workers and there family. This guy shouldn't be allowed to own a restaurant or have a business license as he would stoop to any lever to get what he wants. Sabotage would eventual lead to poisoning or thug tactics.
Big Al

York, PA

#13 Mar 1, 2011
megafly wrote:
I used to own and run pizzerias in and around HBG for many years, I worked for many of my competitors at one time or another. I did finally own my own shop, and when I ran out (disaster, out of business situation) cheese or flour I was very well received by my competitors (previous employers) as they would lend me the supplies I needed to stay in operation. I also lent them a worker once when several of there guys went to a family wedding in Italy for a week. Im still friends with all of them. This is how the business world should work. I wouldn't ever eat at this Greek guys place in a million years. They want to monopolize the restaurant operations in central PA and some are wanna be mobsters. I would say this man is one of the former. Honestly most of the pizza guys I know are good folks. They take pride in what they do, and they are very concerned with there reputation and truly care for there workers and there family. This guy shouldn't be allowed to own a restaurant or have a business license as he would stoop to any lever to get what he wants. Sabotage would eventual lead to poisoning or thug tactics.
Former mobster, eh! Thanks for notifying us! Tightly fitting cement boots are in order, then there you go to the bottom of the river Nicky!
mee

York, PA

#14 Mar 1, 2011
This is just a funny story. This is in Philthadelphia so chances are they already had mice.
tooooo

York, PA

#15 Mar 1, 2011
mee wrote:
This is just a funny story. This is in Philthadelphia so chances are they already had mice.
Nasty, nasty; chances are that you already had crabs, which also has nothing to do with "MEESES"!

Since: Aug 08

Moscow, PA

#16 Mar 1, 2011
this is chucky cheese

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