Uh oh, another graffiti-happy citizen has been busted! Following the kid on the N train who was caught on a camera phone scratching into the subway window, a pizza delivery man was busted above-ground in Brooklyn Heights. Allegedly the "saucy Papa John’s deliveryman" was seen doing the deed in a Livingston Street elevator, The Brooklyn Paper reports. "And now the owner of the building is biting back, suing the franchise for $3,200 — the cost, he says, of removing the 'Dizzy CFM' tag that the ditzy doughboy scratched into the car’s wood paneling." The tagger worked at the Downtown Brooklyn establishment and has since been fired. One lawyer told the paper that “It’s a tough case unless Papa John’s knew [the deliveryman] had a history of vandalism."
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