Pizza chain inundated with hysterical 5-star reviews after Andrew Tate’s arrest
Thursday’s arrest of controversial influencer Andrew Tate brought the modest Romanian pizza chain a legion of new fans who were quick to express their appreciation for the business in the form of hilarious 5-star online reviews.
Tate, 36, and his brother Tristan were taken into custody at his villa in a suburb of the Romanian capital Bucharest on charges of rape and kidnapping.
The siblings’ arrest comes shortly after Tate posted an online video trolling climate activist Greta Thunberg after they both engaged in a vehement Twitter debate earlier this week about car pollution.
In the video, Andrew Tate is handed two pizza boxes from local Jerry’s Pizza in Romania, while telling someone off-screen to “make sure those boxes are not recycled.”
The boxes with the pizza chain’s logo allegedly allowed the Romanian police to locate Tate, leading to his capture.
Within hours, Jerry’s Pizza’s Google page was filled with hundreds of rave reviews.
“The pizza is so good you could get yourself incriminated for it,” wrote one internet wisecrack.
“Pizza is so unique that people can tell which country it is from. Andrew Tate learned this the hard way,” added a second reviewer.
A third joked, “Ordered the ‘Special Dish with Small Mushrooms and Extra Cheese’.” The pizza comes in an open and closed case. This dish is probably best served cold. The prices are outrageous.”
As news of Tate’s arrest continued to hit the media, more amateur comedians flocked to the Jerry’s Pizza page to poke fun at the plight of the notorious self-proclaimed misogynist.
“Quality pizza and outstanding results in slaughtering [an] international human trafficking network,” enthused one reviewer.
“The pizza is so good you even get a free cop with every order!” another wrote.
One of the reviews was as follows: “Pizza is worth the time spent on it. Be sure to ask for the Karma special offer.
Even the owners of Jerry’s Pizza got in on the fun by tweeting a picture of one of their infamous pizza boxes Friday morning and writing in the caption, “Because we’re the most wanted pizza.”
But perhaps the best response to Tate’s arrest came from Thunberg, who cheered in a tweet: “This is what happens when you don’t recycle your pizza boxes.”
Tate, a Chicago-born, British-US dual citizen who has lived in Romania for the past five years, is accused of participating in a human trafficking ring that recruited half a dozen women who were subjected to “acts of physical and mental coercion,” sexually exploited and coerced into filming in pornographic videos, according to the Romanian law enforcement agency DIICOT.
Authorities have confirmed that they have arrested two British citizens and two Romanians as part of an organized crime investigation.
Although the Tate brothers were not named in the DIICOT statement, photographs released by Romanian news outlets show Andrew being led away in handcuffs.
The four suspects were detained for 24 hours, allowing Romanian law enforcement to search five houses and seize evidence, including weapons, in connection with the investigation.
On Friday, Tate cryptically tweeted that “The Matrix has sent its agents.”
The former kickboxer, born Emory Andrew Tate III, was reinstated on Twitter just last month after he was kicked off the platform for saying women should be “responsible” for rape.
Earlier this week, Tate got into a verbal altercation with 19-year-old Thunberg when he tagged her in a post about his 33 cars and asked her to give him her email address so he could tell her everything about his cars. “huge emissions”.
On Wednesday, Thunberg responded with a furious clapping, tweeting to Tate, “Yes, please enlighten me. email me at [email protected]”
The eco-activist’s brutal burn went viral immediately, with over 248 million views as of Friday.
Tate’s next move was to release a video of the region’s fatal pizza box, which eventually led to his arrest.
Earlier in April, Tate and his brother were interrogated about human trafficking charges but released without charge.
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