A Chicago-area Papa John’s pizza joint was offering more than just crazy crusts and garlic bread with their delivery service. The King County Sheriff Office and Sammamish Police Department said they arrested five workers during a sting operation nicknamed “Operation Extra Olives,” in which investigators discovered $28,000 in cash, plus pills, cocaine, pot, and meth in the cash register.
“Papa John’s has zero tolerance for this type of offensive and illegal behavior,” said Papa John’s Pizza in a statement. “Furthermore, food safety and sanitation is of the utmost importance to Papa John’s. The franchisee took immediate action steps, with Health Department oversight, and the location was cleared to reopen.”
Reminds me of the Jack-In-the-Box in my neighborhood that used to sell meth out of its drive-through window. The lines to get a “breakfast meal deal” at 5AM stretched two blocks. Good times, good times.