Comerica Park food services employee seen spitting on pizza in police custody

Comerica Park food services employee seen spitting on pizza in police custody

A Comerica Park employee has been fired and arrested after he was filmed spitting in pizzas on Friday.

The employee told the Free Press that he was planning to take the video to management, but when he did so, he said on his Instagram that he was sacked for leaving his work station without permission. He said when he left his position to contact management, however, he was sacked for not working.

According to Fox News, Jaylon Kerley, 21, also lost his job at Detroit Comerica Park for Friday's recorded incident that went viral on Instagram.

Detroit Sportservice, which provides food and beverage concessions at Comerica Park, has released a statement confirming that the food stand was closed, and that "all the product" was disposed of after the incident was brought to the company's attention, the Associated Press reported. The prosecutor's spokesperson recently told the outlet that a decision will be made "in time for morning arraignments".

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The Detroit Police Department confirmed that the man in question was arrested on Sunday for health and safety violations and tampering with food.

Quinelle May, the person that posted the video, said the worker was "mad and having a bad day" and also claimed to have done it in the past. The worker involved in this matter has been terminated.

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