[WATCH] Eatery worker spits on customer's pizza, arrested after video goes viral

A restaurant worker was caught on camera spitting on a customer's pizza in Detroit, USA. The man reportedly named Jaylon Kerley is seen on the video clip spitting on the pizza base at Comerica ballpark, before covering it with tomato sauce.

The management closed down the stall at once and said they destroyed all the product. A fellow worker who was having a bad day shared the video saying the worker had allegedly spat on pizzas in the past.

The employee was fired and also arrested and may face charges.

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