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Does This Look Like The Face Of A North Carolina Woman That Called The Police When Subway Put Marinara Sauce On Her Pizza Instead Of Pizza Sauce?



GASTON COUNTY, NC (WBTV) – A Gastonia woman is facing charges after she called 911 to complain about her order from a Subway restaurant. Belvalante Michette Hall, 37, was arrested on Thursday after she called 911 from the Subway restaurant along the 900-block of Cox Road. According to a 911 recording, Hall called around 5:43 p.m. to say employees had put the wrong sauce on her flatbread pizza.

“I’m down here and these people done gave me marinara sauce instead of pizza sauce and I’ve got them also down here telling me to shut up, all up in my face and everything,” Hall said in a 911 recording. “Can you please send a cop down here?” Hall said she thought employees were putting pizza sauce on her order, but they didn’t. “It’s terrible. And I got my receipt, and I told them I can’t eat that kind of sauce, and now they’re telling me I can’t get my money back,” she told 911. “And they can’t make me another pizza with pizza sauce on there.” Hall told the 911 operator that employees made her mother another sandwich with no problem, but refused to make her another pizza. Hall was arrested for misuse of 911 system and booked in the Gaston County Jail. She was released three minutes later after posting a $2,000 bond.




What a week for Mo to leave Barstool. Have to know if black people call marina sauce simply “pizza sauce”. I know there is technically a difference between the two but not when you’re at Subway. And if this is a cultural thing and this lady was raised only knowing that the red sauce they put on pizza is “pizza sauce” then this is 100% Subways fault. You have to be better than that in 2014. Have to make sure you accept people’s different culture and ethnicity. If Belvalante asks for pizza sauce and you put marinara sauce on her pizza, that’s your fault and you should be fired. Customer is always right, pizza sauce or get the fuck out.




If we’re going off this whole Marinara = Pizza Sauce thing what else hasn’t been explained to Belvalante? Mayonnaise is Sandwich butter? Salsa is Fresh Pizza Sauce? Ketchup is french fry dip? Soy Sauce is Chinese French Fry Dip? Where does it end? Fascinating way to describe foods. I think I like it though, just as literal as it gets. Pass the syrup? The what? The syrup. Oh you mean the liquid pancake sugar, sure thing.