Two Carolina men faced jail time the past week after allegedly assaulting their girlfriends with pizza in separate cases.
Cody Sebastian Parsons, 25, was charged with assault on a female Sunday evening after North Carolina police responded to a domestic disturbance call, WFMY reported.
According to a police report obtained by The Smoking Gun, police say Parsons became upset after slipping on a wet floor and began to curse at his girlfriend while pelting her with pizza.
Parsons denied throwing the pizza, but an officer reported finding "pizza sauce on the back of [his girlfriend's] rib cage," adding that were "pieces of pizza all over the living room floor as well as on the wall behind the front entrance door to the apartment."
In an unrelated incident on Wednesday, a different South Carolina man was charged with criminal domestic violence after police say he assaulted his girlfriend with pizza.
Jimmy Ray Poage, 47, allegedly threw pizza at his 40-year-old girlfriend after an argument before slamming her on a kitchen counter, the Herald Online reported.
Police say when they arrived at the home, Poage's girlfriend was covered in pizza sauce. Though Poage claimed she had thrown pizza at him first, police say his clothes were sauce-free.
Poage was released Thursday after posting a $2,130 bond.