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A Tennessee man is in custody for allegedly pointing a rifle at a pizza shop worker after he was told he would have to wait 10 minutes for his order.

The Knox County Sheriff’s Office confirmed that 63-year-old Charles Dottie Jr. is in the Knox County Jail. Employees of Cedar Bluff Little Caesars reported that Dottie Jr. held him at gunpoint with an AK-47 when he was told that his pepperoni pie was not “Hot-n-Ready.”


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Officers responded at the store around 9 p.m. on November 9. Witnesses said the suspect, later identified as Dotty Jr. of Knoxville, became angry after being told of the wait, then demanded free breadsticks, watt report, A police report received by the police station states that Dotti Jr. left the shop and immediately returned with an AK-47 in hand, demanding pizza.

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dotty junior allegedly stopped an employee leaving the store, and that employee appears on surveillance video running in the back room of the store to call 911. Another customer gave him his pizza in an attempt to leave. Police said Doti Jr had taken off before reaching the spot.

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Dotti Jr. has been charged with grievous assault and a particularly serious kidnapping, local news reports. His bond is set at $90,000. He is set to appear in court on Monday.