When the moon's in the sky like a big pizza pie, that's a robbery?
Okay, those aren't exactly the lyrics for the classic tune, but the local case of the Dominos Pizza driver who lost his job for defending himself caught my attention. Two armed men tried to rob him, and he pulled out his own weapon and fought back.
It seems to make sense that people who drive to dozens of random addresses each day to deliver whatever item are at a higher risk for robbery. Then I Googled "pizza delivery robbery" and couldn't believe what I found.
There are cases like this all over the country: Roswell, New Mexico (Oct 2007), Indianapolis(Aug 2007), Decatur, Alabama(Jan 2007), Berkely California (2007). Can you really blame someone for wanting to protect themselves?
Many of these were Dominos employees, and the local guy had to resign, or be fired for carrying (legally) concealed. Yes, I understand the legal ramifications of a company allowing employees to be armed. Which is why I'm creating the "Atlas Pizza & Patrol Company - Where We GUARANTEE Delivery by an armed security guard". When I'm wealthy, you'll know why.
All the other pizza companies need to hang up this sign: