Police: Man stole pizza because he thought he was ‘God’

Courtesy: WHTM-TV

SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – In an unusual report of a retail theft, police say a man stole a box of pizza because he said, “his name was God and everything was his.”

It happened Tuesday morning at a Weis Market in Shippensburg, Pennsylvania.

Police say Adam Farrell of Scranton refused to give his name when a store employee approached him and asked if he planned on paying for the pizza. Farrell continued eating and told the store employee he was God.

When approached by police, Farrell said he was “God and the police was the Devil.”

Police took Farrel into custody and identified his real name through a fingerprint check. Farrell pleaded guilty to retail charges before a judge and was later released.

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