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REDDING, Calif. (KRCRTV) - A pizza restaurant was recently the victim of a prank call which ended in 24 handmade pizzas, $700 worth, being made for a caller ...

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REDDING, Calif. (KRCRTV) - A pizza restaurant was recently the victim of a prank call which ended in 24 handmade pizzas, $700 worth, being made for a caller who ghosted them and never paid. On Thursday evening, Mary's Pizza Shack received a call from a man who identified himself as "Will". The restaurant manager says Will wanted 24 high priced pizzas that he claimed were for a work related banquet. Mary's Pizza Shack via KRCR.REDDING, Calif. (KRCRTV) - A pizza restaurant was recently the victim of a prank call which ended in 24 handmade pizzas, $700 worth, being made for a caller who ghosted them and never paid. On Thursday evening, Mary's Pizza Shack received a call from a man who identified himself as "Will". The restaurant manager says Will wanted 24 high priced pizzas that he claimed were for a work related banquet. Mary's Pizza Shack via KRCR.

Prank call costs pizza restaurant over $700 in pizzas | WBMA

The "pizza prankster" hit a third local pizza restaurant in Redding, pranking Poppies Pizza into making over $700 worth of pizzas. Shortly after KRCR reported Mary’s Pizza Shack’s prank call incident, the owner of Fratelli’s Pizza Parlor and Poppies Pizza reached out to KRCR to say the same thing happened to them on the same night. On Saturday, KRCR went to Poppies Pizza at 1072 Lake Blvd in Redding to talk about the prank that tricked them into making over $700 worth of pizzas.The "pizza prankster" hit a third local pizza restaurant in Redding, pranking Poppies Pizza into making over $700 worth of pizzas. Shortly after KRCR reported Mary’s Pizza Shack’s prank call incident, the owner of Fratelli’s Pizza Parlor and Poppies Pizza reached out to KRCR to say the same thing happened to them on the same night. On Saturday, KRCR went to Poppies Pizza at 1072 Lake Blvd in Redding to talk about the prank that tricked them into making over $700 worth of pizzas.

Third local pizza restaurant prank called into making over $700 worth of pizzas | KRCR

A pizza restaurant, in downtown Redding, was recently the victim of a prank call which ended in 24 handmade pizzas being made, with costs totaling over $700. On Thursday evening, Mary's Pizza Shack received a call from a man who identified himself as "Will". The restaurant manager says Will wanted 24 high priced pizzas that he claimed were for a work related banquet.A pizza restaurant, in downtown Redding, was recently the victim of a prank call which ended in 24 handmade pizzas being made, with costs totaling over $700. On Thursday evening, Mary's Pizza Shack received a call from a man who identified himself as "Will". The restaurant manager says Will wanted 24 high priced pizzas that he claimed were for a work related banquet.

Prank call costs local pizza restaurant over $700 in pizzas | KRCR

A prank phone caller took advantage of at least seven pizza places in Redding this week, costing them thousands of dollars in revenue. The prank was initially reported on Thursday after Mary's Pizza Shack answered a call for a massive pizza order that never showed up. However, since then more and more businesses have been stepping forward as victims of the crime. "Somebody literally went out of their way to do that to a pizza company," said Poppies Pizza employee Derek Burtner.A prank phone caller took advantage of at least seven pizza places in Redding this week, costing them thousands of dollars in revenue. The prank was initially reported on Thursday after Mary's Pizza Shack answered a call for a massive pizza order that never showed up. However, since then more and more businesses have been stepping forward as victims of the crime. "Somebody literally went out of their way to do that to a pizza company," said Poppies Pizza employee Derek Burtner.

'Pizza Pie Prankster' scams at least seven Redding restaurants with fake pizza orders | KRCR