An Officer Gets His Pizza And Walks Away, Then Notices What The Racist Clerk Wrote on Receipt

A cashier in Austin, Texas has been fired after writing a defamatory insult on a police officer’s receipt.

The officer, Nito Delgado-Eberhardt, wrote on Facebook that he was at Southside Flying Pizza and became uncomfortable when the cashier began treating him with hostility.

“Was hoping to get a quick slice for the road,” he wrote on Feb. 25. “Instead got a bad vibe from the cashier.”

After completing his purchase, he noticed that the phrase “pig ass motherf*cker” was typed on the bottom line of his receipt. Delgado-Eberhardt also says that the cashier took “a picture of the patrol car while flipping it off.”

“The receipt is proof after the fact that it was money well spent to learn about this place,” said Delgado-Eberhardt.


A representative with Southside Flying Pizza confirmed that the accused cashier has since been fired and that the restaurant will donate $1,000 to the Police Officers Memorial Foundation.

“Obviously we’re deeply appalled by the incident and that employee has been let go,” said Southside Flying Pizza District Manager David Hatley to Fox 7 Austin. “We’ve also already donated a combined $1,000 to a police memorial fund.”

Many expressed outrage on social media, according to KVUE, with citizens and officers alike pledging to boycott the establishment.

Austin Police Association President Ken Casaday took the opportunity to tell KXAN that one person’s behavior doesn’t speak for a business as a whole.

“Our officers have eaten there for years. I don’t think that’ll stop,” he said. “You know, the first 24 hours was pretty tough, a lot of officers were very angry. A lot of citizens were very angry. But … you can’t let one bad egg spoil the bunch.”

Casaday added:

“It is very insulting. It’s something you have to worry about when you eat out as much as we do because we work 10 hours a day, four days a week, so we have to kind of pick and choose the places that you trust to eat.”

The Austin Police Department released a statement focusing on the restaurant’s swift handling of the matter.

“It is a reflection of one employee’s actions, not that of the owner/s or other employees of the restaurant,” the statement read, in part. “When the incident was brought to the restaurant’s attention it was immediately addressed and a donation was made to a nonprofit that supports law enforcement.”

The Austin Police Association’s vice president led a group of officers to dine at the establishment on Feb. 27.



  1. Richard Blake

    February 6, 2019 at 12:15 pm

    It is the Progressve Left idiots that are the ones that are dividing this country with their hatred!
    No regard for their actions and the blind (D)’s can even get past their losing to President Trump.

  2. Deborah

    February 6, 2019 at 12:19 pm

    The left is disgusting Period and Austin is a hotbed of liberal a-holes

  3. Mark

    February 6, 2019 at 4:04 pm

    The Pizza shop should in turn sue the now Ex-Employee that typed that for the $1000 they donated. Does this not qualify as a “Hate Crime”? If a white cashier had typed the N-Word at the bottom of a receipt to a black person, they would have been charged with a “Hate Crime” in an instant! The Ex-Employee obviously didn’t care about that job, so there needs to be something with teeth in it, so that the POS ex-Empolyee feels the bite from their actions!

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