ROCK HILL, S.C. (AP) — Police say a South Carolina man is accused of slapping a pizza worker after demanding a free pie.
News outlets report the employee told police that 35-year-old Kenneth Wayne Baker Jr. came into a Domino’s store in Rock Hill saying his pizza had not been delivered and telling workers he wanted a free replacement Wednesday.
When the worker told Baker the new pizza would cost money, the man slapped the worker. Officers say that slap left a hand print on the worker’s face.
The employee, who was not charged, punched the man back before the man fled.
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Police found Baker at a motel and arrested him for assault and battery. They later learned the man was wanted on arrest warrants. It’s unclear if he has a lawyer.