Pizza-Related Violence at Mokai Caught On Tape

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52: Pizza Guy from rakontur on Vimeo.

The digital auteurs from Rakontur caught this classic South Beach food-related violent club incident on tape as part of their Clubland Miami web series. The pizza this pain-glutton lunatic is eating appears to be Papa Johns. I placed a call to their 15th street location on South Beach and asked if they'd ever seen any type of violent reactions displayed in response to their pizza.

The guy who picked up the phone said "No sir not at all. Nope. Never nothing like that." Since he used a double negative in his response it is entirely possible he was dodging the question without lying by using a slick public relations maneuver, I'll never know. What I'm sure of is that there are such thing as blood tacos, blood soup, and blood sausage, but blood pizza I never heard of, must be a South Beach specialty. Enjoy.

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