Ballpark Worker Accused Of Spitting On Pizza, Faces Felony Charge

Ballpark Worker Accused Of Spitting On Pizza, Faces Felony Charge

A video surfaced Friday on Instagram that shows a food service worker identified as 20-year-old Jaylon Kerley spitting on a pizza intended for customers.

It's alleged that Kerley spit on the pizza he was preparing on September 21, when the Tigers were hosting the Kansas City Royals, then covered his saliva with pizza sauce and baked the pizza. The video was recorded by a coworker.

The man was taken into police custody Sunday and his arrest "stems from a video going around", said Officer Dan Donakowski, a spokesman for the Detroit Police Department. He is expected to be arraigned on the charges sometime later Tuesday morning. Stay with FOX 2 for updates.

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Detroit Sportservice, who run the pizza place where Kerley worked said: 'As soon as we became aware through social media of potential food tampering Friday night, we immediately closed that food stand and disposed of all the product. It says "food safety is our top priority" and that it will take "any appropriate action" to protect customers. May told the outlet that he tried to find a co-worker or higher-up to report the incident but said, "Every time I tried to talk, they told me to shut up".

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One woman, however, has come forward with the threat of pressing charges, telling WWJ NewsRadio that May is her old neighbor and "thinks he was trying to warn her not to eat the pizza". "Yesterday I literally refused to order food", Prosecutor Kym Worthy said, in a statement. "That's the nastiest thing you can do is to spit on someone or something".

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