Pizza Prank Calling: A Florida Man banned by County Judge

A whole lot of things happens in Florida. It is a state in which, seemingly, you can not function as a pizza delivery driver, bank teller, or fighter without even getting accosted by creeps and weirdos in any hour of the afternoon. So each Friday, we’re here to remind you that Florida will locate you, no matter what career you select.

Randy Riddle is that man, except roughly 200 percent creepier.

Florida’s judges have been already conquered enough because it is — on Wednesday, a County judge has been forced to take some time out of his busy schedule to deal with Riddle, 49, who’d apparently been calling many pizzerias at Sebastian, where he resides, to frighten them that the State of Florida actually had to issue an edict banning Riddle from ordering pizza again.

According to police, his offender plot was rather complicated: By May 30 to June 18, the defendant called multiple pizzerias from at least five phone numbers simply to mess together. He would order pizza and then refuse to cover. Delivery motorists would be directed by him to addresses that are nonexistent or fake. And what’s creepiest, he’d sometimes call simply to tell restaurants that their pizza has been “gross”, which ranks just below “individual calling simply to breathe into the phone” on the running tally of “Reasons to Instantly Call the Cops.”

Restaurateurs say that pizza pranks cost them 667 and that police actually had to circulate fliers to frighten the general public about him.

If he orders on the same restaurants, he will end up in jail.

And In June, he allegedly made many calls for Sebastian authorities, Sebastian City Hall along with the state Department of Health whining about the restaurants that he targeted. Authorities are continuing to investigate the prank caller that used one of prank call apps and have set out a flyer telling restaurants or potential victims to contact investigators.