Creepy calls after woman stiffs pizza driver

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Kentucky woman claims pizza deliver driver harrassed her with phone calls after she failed to tip him.

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Police in Lexington, Ky. are investigating a woman’s claims that her pizza order led to harassment.

The woman told police the delivery driver called her multiple times after dropping off her pizza and left her a creepy voicemail.

"I signed the receipt and handed it back to him and I told him thank you,” said Lucinda Wilson.

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Several hours passed but Wilson says around 1:30 a.m., her phone started to ring, the calls coming from a private number.

"I was answering the phone and you could hear him in the background breathing just huffing and puffing so I hung up. And then the last one he left a message on my voicemail,” she said.

The voicemail said: "All you have to do is tip your pizza delivery driver two or three dollars, and he will be happy." Listen to it here.

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Wilson filed a police report for harassment and Lexington police are looking into it. Wilson says she hopes by going public with this situation, it won’t happen again.

"I'm quite angry because you know that's a private policy you can't take my phone number and keep calling me,” Wilson said.

The pizza company has not confirmed whether or not they are investigating the incident.