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People are flooding a Romanian pizza company with good reviews after Andrew Tate got arrested

People are flooding a Romanian pizza company with good reviews after Andrew Tate got arrested

The former kickboxer has been taken into custody as authorities continue their human trafficking investigation.

People are giving a Romanian pizza company loads of positive reviews after Andrew Tate was taken into custody by police.

Since news of Tate's arrest broke, social media users have flooded Jerry's Pizza locations across Romania with kind comments and five thumbs up.

One review read: "Ordered this pizza for a video project I was working on and now I’m in Romanian Prison. Will NOT be ordering again."


A second added: "So good! Or shall I say, arresting! You’ll want to handcuff yourself to this pizza!"

A third chimed in with: "Pizza so good you'll dox yourself to get a slice."

Romanian newspaper Gândul reported that anti-mafia prosecutors realised Tate and his brother were both in the country thanks to a video posted online yesterday.

"After seeing, including on social networks, that they were together in Romania, the DIICOT prosecutors mobilized the special troops of the Gendarmerie and descended, by force, on their villa in Pipera, but also on other addresses," the news outlet claimed.

That video was Andrew Tate's attempted takedown of Greta Thunberg in a bizarre internet beef.

No less than 24 hours after the 36-year-old posted a two-minute long rant aimed at the climate activist, Romanian police burst through the door of Tate's Bucharest home in Pipera.

In the video, he asks for pizza and the boxes of Jerry's Pizza get plopped in front of him, which ultimately confirmed he was in Romania.

Andrew and his brother, Tristan Tate, were subsequently detained in connection to alleged criminal activities that include human trafficking, rape and forming an organised crime group.

It turns out police had been lying in wait for the Tate brothers to both return to the country, according to Romanian local media.

The Atena Observer reported that prosecutors had specifically requested the raids to occur when both Tate brothers were present in Romania in order to haul them both in.

Authorities were at the property for up to five hours.

During that time, the two Tate brothers and two Romanian nationals were detained in relation to an alleged human trafficking ring.

The Directorate for Investigating Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT) released a statement in the wake of Tate's arrest, saying: "The prosecutors of the Directorate for the Investigation of Organized Crime and Terrorism - Central Structure together with police officers from the Bucharest Organized Crime Brigade implemented 5 home search warrants in a case in which investigations under the aspect of committing the crimes of constituting an organized criminal group, human trafficking and rape."

According to a translated statement from investigators, six women who were allegedly sexually exploited by the organised criminal group have been identified.

“The four suspects … appear to have created an organised crime group with the purpose of recruiting, housing and exploiting women by forcing them to create pornographic content meant to be seen on specialised websites for a cost,” prosecutors said, as per The Guardian.

"They would have gained important sums of money."

Featured Image Credit: Andrew Tate/Instagram. jerryspizza_/Instagram

Topics: Crime, World News, News