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WATCH: New Jersey cops storm Domino’s over late pizza delivery and manhandle manager

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Jersey City police officers shove a Domino's Pizza manager against a wall over a failed pizza delivery (Screen cap).

Two Jersey City police officers have been suspended after they were caught on camera storming into a Domino’s Pizza restaurant and shoving its manager against a wall because they were angry about a late delivery.

Footage obtained by NBC New York shows the officers entering the Domino’s and immediately seeking out the manager, a man named Mena Kirolos, who emerges from a door leading to the back of the restaurant.

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The officers proceed to get right in Kirolos’ face and start angrily complaining about a pizza they’d ordered earlier in the day. According to Kirolos, his delivery driver had tried to drop off their pizza at the location the officers provided, but when he arrived, no one came to the door to pick it up.

None of this seemed to satisfy the two officers, however, as they proceeded to push the manager up against the wall while still complaining about their pizza. One of the officers at that point threatened to arrest Kirolos and told him, “I’ll lock you up!”

The situation eventually ended when the officers went with Kirolos outside to have a conversation about the failed pizza delivery.

Upon seeing footage of the incident, the Jersey City Police Department suspended both officers involved and charged them with harassment and disorderly conduct.

Watch video of the incident below.

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