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Pizza Maker Releases Live Mice in Competing Restaurants in Pathetically Misguided Effort to Dominate Industry

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Nickolas Galiatsatos, owner of Nina's Bella Pizzeria in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, has been arraigned on charges that he planted live mice in competing restaurants in an attempt to dominate the local pizza business.

The eagle-eyed owner of Verona Pizza watched Galiatsatos enter the mens room in his establishment with a bag, after which he emerged empty-handed. According to Reuters, two police officers who happened to be eating lunch at Nina's Bella investigated and "found a bag of mice and footprints on a toilet seat, suggesting someone had been trying to reach the ceiling tiles."

The officers tailed Galiatsatos, and discovered him attempting to release more mice at Uncle Nick's pizza.

"This guy planted them to put these guys out of business," Upper Darby Police Superintendent Michael Chitwood said. "I've been at this for 47 years, and I've never seen mice used as a criminal tool."

Galiatsatos told police he bought the mice at an area pet shop. He now faces misdemeanor charges of cruelty to animals, criminal mischief, harassment and disorderly conduct.
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