According to the Nigerian government, wealthy citizens are ordering pizza from London and having it shipped in on British Airways. If I were going to order long distance pizza delivery it wouldn’t be from London, but sometimes you’ll go to great lengths for a special treat.
And pizza has an important tradition in the U.K., since the idea for Brexit was hatched at the Chicago O’Hare Pizzaria Uno. Pilots have been known to order pizza for delayed flights, too.
I know that when I’m super hungry, and my favorite food is right there within reach, I’ve been known to snatch a bite or two before getting it home. A recent survey even suggests that 1 in 4 delivery drivers eats from your food before it gets to you.
So it doesn’t entirely surprise me to see this, though it’s not how I’d have done it:
That's the American Ambassador to the U.K. just in. Welcome back Sir, and we value our special relationship. pic.twitter.com/nM4pu4mFNI
— Stansaid Airport (@StansaidAirport) August 23, 2019
I have to assume the reason he isn’t wearing a shirt is because he doesn’t want to get any filling on it while eating his donuts. He’ll have a hard time keeping his slice steady as he goes round and round the baggage carousel.
At least he had a reason for riding round and round at baggage claim, and it doesn’t appear to be because he’s high (though he might just have the munchies). On the other hand here’s the lead singer from Puddle of Mud at the Denver airport: