Woman Tried Using Slice of Pizza as ID to Get Into a Bar

The all-time favorite drunk food won’t get you pass the bouncer

Greasy pizza is good for a lot of things, just not as a form of identification.

Early last Thursday, a woman attempted to use a slice of pizza as a form of identification to gain entry to a local bar in Amherst, Massachusetts.

The police were called at 12:16 a.m. after the woman allegedly slapped the doorman in the face for not allowing her into Monkey Bar, according to the Daily Hampshire Gazette,

The woman was issued a trespass notice to stay away from the location.

Soon after, at 12:38 a.m., another woman, who was 21-years-old and from Missouri, was arrested in relation to the incident. Police said she was charged with disorderly conduct after allegedly interfering with the pizza-related event.

The charge against the woman was later dismissed in court, the Daily Hampshire Gazette reported.

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