Man shot after complaining about long pizza line

Michael Jock  
By: John Roberts 

(Scroll down for video) Next time you stand waiting on a long line don’t complain you might get shot with a gun.

A Florida man shot another after a fight broke out while they were waiting on a long line to buy pizza, according to police reports.

The Tampa Bay, Florida man, who is accused of shooting and wounding another man during a fight at a pizza restaurant, said his actions were justified under Florida's "stand your ground” law.

St. Petersburg police say that 52-year-old Michael Jock was waiting in line at Little Caesars on Sunday when another customer, 49-year-old Randall White, began complaining about slow service. The men exchanged words, which turned into a shoving match.

A local Florida newspaper reported that Jock drew a revolver and shot White in the lower torso. The two fought and White was shot a second time.

Jock, who has a concealed weapons permit, told police officers he was justified under Florida's "stand your ground" law, which allows people to use deadly force if they feel their lives are in danger.

Police officers arrested and charged Jock with aggravated assault with a weapon and shooting inside a building. He was later released on bail of $20,000.
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