Comerica Park worker charged after video shows him spitting on pizza

Comerica Park

A food service worker has been fired and arrested after an Instagram video surfaced that reportedly shows him spitting into the pizza he's preparing.

Kerley was charged with a felony count of food law violations that's punishable by up to four years behind bars and a misdemeanor count of food law violations that's punishable by up to 90 days in jail, according to the Wayne County prosecutor's office. May also said Kerley admitted to previously spitting in food. "We all want to make sure all food that we order is clean, safe, germ-free, and unadulterated with any substance that should not be there".

Yahoo Lifestyle could not reach a spokesperson from Detroit Sportservice, the company that provides food to Comerica Park, for comment. That's why he chose to post the video, because "I couldn't wait until after the game to tell them an employee was spitting in customer pizzas".

Kerley was arrested Sunday and was sacked. It says "food safety is our top priority" and that it will take "any appropriate action" to protect customers. May pulled out his camera for evidence and claimed Kerley didn't care he was being recorded. "So they yelled at me and told me to go home".


One woman, however, has come forward with the threat of pressing charges, telling WWJ NewsRadio that May is her old neighbor and "thinks he was trying to warn her not to eat the pizza".

"It's so sickening to think about", she says. "That's the nastiest thing you can do is to spit on someone or something". He said his managers got mad at him and shut him down when they tried to tell them.

Kerley, who remains in the Wayne County Jail, will be back in court for a probable cause conference on October 3.

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