WATCH: 'Pizza-Work' Customer Gets Slice of Justice, Fined $620 For Wasting a Pizza
CONWAY - A man was caught on video throwing a pizza to the ground in a fit was found guilty of assault.
According to the Conway Daily Sun, William H. Hartmann Jr., 49, of Charlestown, Rhode Island pleaded no contest to simple assault on Tuesday.
Hartmann went before Circuit Judge Gerard Boyle who found the man guilty and fined him $620.
On Dec. 16 Hartmann and his family tried to order two different types of pizza at Brothers Original Pizza Co.
When the manager, Chris Davis, told Hartmann that the ingredients for the pizzas were not available due to weather obstacles, tensions rose leading Hartmann to throw a pizza to the ground and push Davis.
The altercation was caught on cellphone video by Davis and went viral.
Judge Boyle told Hartmann the $620 fee was due immediately. Hartmann contested telling the judge he couldn't pay immediately because he was unemployed.
Judge Boyle showed little sympathy saying late payments are charged a collection fee if not paid by the end of the day.