A patron of Philadelphia was charged with "terrorism food" spread after live mice in pizzerias in the area where there is the facility or, in order to take off competitors, even temporarily, out of business.
Nickolas Galiatsatos, aged 47, owner of the “Bella Nina’s Pizzeria” located in Upper Darby (Pennsylvania), is accused of bags containing live mice placed in premises competing morallowground reports, citing Philadelphia Inquirer.
“Terrorist” has visited several pizzerias in the area and claimed he wanted to use the toilet. There has put many mice, in hopes that they will scare off consumers.
The owner of the “Verona Pizzeria” to follow the Galiatsatos but when he went to the bathroom, and found that, although initially he had on him a bag to return it disappeared.
He alerted two police officers who, when tested, were able to recover suspicious bag that could be found inside three mice.
People started to follow the law of Galiatsatos and detained him in front of another nearby pizzerias, “Uncle Nick’s Pizza”, immediately after he placed an object into a trash bin. After a quick research of the bin, police found another bag, which contained six mice.
Galiatsatos defended himself saying he is the real victim’s pizzeria was previously infested with rats, and that he suspects of plotting its competitors.
That was why, he confessed he had bought for mice, $ 10, from a pet store.
Patron “terrorist” was drafted in the file criminal counts consisting of animal cruelty, punishable by law damages, harassment and disorderly conduct.
Rescued mice are safe for the time being taken into custody by Animal Control Upper Darby.
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