Arrested man has pizzas delivered to police station

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Arrested man orders pizza to be delivered to police

CORBIN, KY – No good can come from a life of crime. Pulling pranks from behind bars is not such a good idea either.

After police in southern Kentucky charged a man with shoplifting, what happened next was a bit unusual.

Five pizzas were mysteriously delivered to the police station.

Who could have done it?

Cops say 29-year-old, Michael Harp, asked if he could use his cell phone to make a call. Shortly after, a driver showed up with a pizza delivery for the same officer who arrested him.

Police were able to track down his cellphone number.

This guy is definitely a jokester, but obviously not a very bright one.

Because of his pizza scheme, he’s now facing additional charges. Looks like the joke’s on him.

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