“There’s no better feeling in the world than a warm pizza box on your lap”, a quote once said by Kevin, an American actor and politician.
But what if that pizza is ‘cold’? Will that turn your best feeling into worst?
This incident which took place in Kharar, a district in the state of Punjab, will give answers to all the above questions.
According to police, a law student staying on rent in Desumjara, Kharar had ordered one bread cheese dip and two pizzas from Dominos in Kharar’s Gilco Valley.
20 minutes later, the pizza was delivered.
The student is identified as Sanam Setia, who refused to make payment, fell in an argument with the delivery boy Saheb Singh, claiming that the pizza was ‘cold’.
Setia made the delivery boy call his manager Jasbir Singh and abused him.
When Jasbir along with two other staff members reached Setia’s house, he misbehaved with them too.
In the heat of moment, Setia got his licensed revolver from his house and fired shot at Jasbir and his colleagues.
Luckily, they escaped unharmed and called the police.
Taking a quick action, police registered the case under section 307 of IPC and various sections of Arms Act in Kharar police station (sadar).