A 20-year-old Gonzales, Louisiana man has been arrested on two counts of forgery and theft for allegedly inflating tops on two credit card receipts.
Only two weeks into his job at a local pizza chain, management discovered that he had increased the tip amount on two credit card receipts, alerting both the police and customers.
To read the full story from The Advocate, in Baton Rouge, click here.
This is the second incident this week to reach national headlines for delivery driver misconduct.
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