NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) – Three people who ordered a pizza delivery from a North Charleston pizza chain were told by a prank caller that he'd left something extra on their pizzas.
Three reports were files Tuesday night, according to the North Charleston Police Department, the first of which started around 7:30 p.m. In that report, a man said he called the pizza restaurant and placed a delivery order. After getting it, he got a call from a blocked number who said: "I ejaculated on your pizza."
The victim said he thought the delivery driver had called him.
The victim said he and his pregnant wife had eaten about half of the pizza at the time the call came in. The caller also said he wanted to beat up the customer and called him a "little bitch."
The manager at the pizza chain said the delivery driver returned to the store around 9 p.m. in a bad mood and was told he could leave work early. The driver told the manager that he had been shorted on tips all night long, according to the report.
The manager also told police that she had received a call from a blocked number and was told that there were rats and raccoons at the store that defecate on the pizzas.
The report states that the general manager and the district manager were going to visit the store Wednesday to investigate the matter.
In a second report filed around 9 p.m., the victim said she ordered a pizza from the same store and, about an hour after having it delivered, started getting calls from a blocked number that told her the pizza had been tainted by ejaculate from an HIV-positive person.
According to the report, the victim said the caller was a white male calling from an iPad app.
And in a third report filed around 10:30 p.m., another person complained of harassing phone calls after having a pizza delivered. The victim told officers the pizza was delivered around 8:30 p.m. by a nice black man.
Around 10 p.m., the woman got four calls in 10 minutes from the same iPad app. The person on the other end claimed to be George Zimmerman from the Trayvon Martin Society and was collecting donations, according to the report.
In that incident, the responding officer answered one of the calls and told the caller to stop.
No one has been arrested in the prank call incidents.