Pizza ordered to "hangry" passengers on delayed train
NEWPORT, Del. - According to The Washington Post, Leary had to navigate through houses, along a fence, over a berm, and across a stream to get to the train.
He said, “I would do anything to help people out and they were starving.”
They were lucky to have a veteran on call that day. Leary has worked as a pizza delivery man in 18 states, 28 counties, and 3 parishes -- but he’s never delivered to a train in his 18 years carrying pizza.
If you’re wondering what to tip a pizza courier on a train -- Leary made $32 in tips. Not bad for one cheese and one pepperoni.
Amtrak apologized for the inconvenience, but also said it was dangerous to approach a train on the tracks. But let’s face it -- pizza makes everything better.
Watch the video to see the emergency pizza delivery.