Robert Houston, 33, was arrested for allegedly attacking his father with a pizza.
(Pasco County Sheriff’s Office)
A Florida man was not willing to give his father a “pizza” in his heart.
Robert Houston was on Thursday arrested after he allegedly attacked his father with a pizza to find out his old man helped him at birth, WFLA reported. The police arrived at the home in Holiday, Fla., and discovered that there is a piece of the pie on a chair, together with cheese and tomato sauce splattered inside the residence.
Houston’s father told deputies he was returning home from a walk with his son picked up the pizza from the delivery man and proceeded to shove the cake in his face, hold him down and yell at him.
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“The victim began to flail around trying to get the suspect off him at which point the suspect went outside and waited for the enforcement of the law,” the arrest report stated.
Houston later told the police that he “threw a pizza at his father’s face, striking him with the by him, who loves his dad helped give birth to him,” WTSP reported.
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It is unclear why the information caused him to fall on his father.
Houston was arrested and held on a $150 bond.