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Four Men Attack Pizza Delivery Guy, Painfully Find Out What He Used To Do For A Living

Four men decided to order a pizza in the middle of the night. Then they decided that when it arrived, it would be fun to steal the pizza and mug the delivery driver.

The next thing they knew, they were scared and on the run. This is a case of biting off more than a person can chew, you are absolutely going to love this story of justice.

After ordering the pizza from an Illinois shop called Beggar’s Pizza, four men decided that when it arrived, they were going to steal the pizza and mug the driver.

It was so late that the owner of the pizza parlor had sent all his drivers home for the night when the last minute call came in. He prepared the pizza hopped in his car and delivered it himself, unaware of the danger.

When he reached the front door, three of the men jumped out to attack him, but things went very differently.

The owner of Beggar’s Pizza was actually a former NFL linebacker and current state senator Napoleon Harris. While the thugs were no match for the giant, they were able to make off with his wallet.

Not only was Harris six foot three inches, two hundred and fifty pound, former football pro able to fend off the attackers, he then pursued them, contacted local law enforcement while engaged in the chase.

Harris then forced them into a lumber yard and cornered them, where the police arrived just moments later.

Three of the four suspects were taken into custody on the spot, while a fourth remains at large. The police believe he may have fled to Indiana. Police spokesperson Sean Howard says “We haven’t filed charges yet, but we’re going to.”

This story goes beyond simple mugging though. When the police recovered their getaway vehicle, they discovered trace amounts of blood in it, and then discovered that the vehicle was stolen. It was registered to a Georgia man named Lester “Roy” Jones. Authorities found Jones dead, victim of an apparent murder.

Pizza shop owner Napoleon Harris may have stopped a multi-state crime spree in progress. However, as true heroes often do, Harris has remained humble about the incident, giving his thanks that it was he, and not one of his employees who took the call.

Police spokesperson Howard says, “”[Harris] feels he was better capable of handling this incident than they would have been. They were expecting a scrawny 5-foot-9 guy, and got Harris instead.”

While punks like this usually do not learn lessons from stories like this, it should nevertheless be pointed out that crime does not pay, and you should be careful when considering whether or not to prey on the innocent, because there is always a bigger fish in the sea.