The great Ninja Turtle philosopher, Michelangelo, once said on a rainy evening in 1990:

Forgiveness is devine, but never pay full price for late pizza.

Apparently, a Danbury man who believes in that sentiment wholeheartedly, has found himself in a piping hot situation.

At around 11:30 PM on Saturday night (July 9), the Danbury Police Dispatch was notified that a Domino's Pizza delivery man had just been robbed.

According to the Danbury Police Department, the delivery person knocked on the Padanaram Road apartment residence of 37-year-old Damian Davis, who then expressed his discontent that the food was late. Despite the Domino's employee's apologies, Davis refused to pay the man, and told him that he was a police officer while allegedly pointing to a silver and black handgun that was in a holster placed on his hip.

Damian Davis was then arrested, and charged with second degree robbery, impersonating an officer, breach of peace, sixth degree larceny, and was released on a $5,000 bond.

The report was unclear as to whether or not the man finished his tardy meal, but it's safe to say that he will not be receiving his complimentary order of Cinna Stix any time soon.