Ex NFL player Mark Walton was arrested in January after a wild night at a Miami Pizza Hut that started with a Pizza Hut employee allegedly calling him a “f*** n***a.”
Newly released video caught the crazy events of that night on camera.
According to Walton, one of the employees called him a “f*** n***a” over the phone after he canceled one of his orders so he came to the store in person to get some straightening.
When the officers showed up, Walton was at the ordering counter yelling at the Pizza Hut employees.
He explained the situation to the officers and told them that he was disrespected for no reason, and he came to talk to a manager.
He pleaded his case to the manager, with the officers present, but the manager seemed to brush him off, which angered Walton even more.
The officers stepped in and told Walton to leave the scene, but he was hot at this point and he started screaming at the officers.
You don’t know who I am! I don’t care! I’m about money!
Walton’s cousin begin tussling with him to try to get him to follow the officers instructions and leave.
Walton eventually walked away with his cousin, but they ended up getting into a physical altercation in the back of the Pizza Hut.
When the officers cut the corner to check on Walton and his cousin, they found Walton standing over his cousin, who appeared to be knocked out and bleeding.
The officers pulled out tasers and ordered Walton to the ground, and handcuffed him.
Walton told the officers his cousin fell after grabbing him.
While being detained Walton argued with the officers more, and he mentioned he had to pee real bad. One of the officers told him to do it because he wouldn’t be judged.
Walton continued arguing, and he asked one of the officers if he could pee himself. The officer said yes, and Walton relieved himself.
Watch the video below:
Mark Walton was charged with misdemeanor trespassing and misdemeanor disorderly conduct, but court records show he reached a deal with prosecutors last month to have the case closed.
All that over some pizza!
During his NFL career, Walton was released from the Cincinnati Bengals and the Miami Dolphins due to run-ins with the law.