SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The owner of a northern California pizzeria acquired an nameless letter and $2,000 from a guy who claims he threw a sewer grate through the business’ window.
Just before getting to function March 14, Steve’s Pizza proprietor Rodney Ibanez realized another person experienced smashed just one of the home windows of his Sacramento pizzeria.
Footage from earlier Sunday morning displays a few people going for walks by all-around 1 a.m. Just one of the men and women in the group lifts up a nearby sewer grate and throws it at the window just before using off.
“Now this is going to charge a several thousand bucks to fix, so I do not know how this has an effect on my workers’ several hours. I’ll do regardless of what I can to keep them employed,” Ibanez mentioned, detailing how the pandemic was now hurting company.
On Wednesday, Ibanez stated he obtained an apology letter. Whoever wrote it enclosed $2,000.
Sorry for smashing your window. I was hammered & my pal sent me the write-up past evening. I was unaware of my steps until finally now. I would have occur forward quicker had I recognized. I know I am in no posture to question a favor but I hope we can acquire the police out of it this. This is not the male I am attempting to be & I hope you know how sorry I am & how a lot shame I sense.
The author signed it, “A****** that broke the window.”
Ibanez said the community has been really supportive and a GoFundMe site set up a working day right after the incident has by now surpassed its $2,000 target.
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