A pizza delivery driver in Kansas City is the latest victim of the Blue Devil’s highway pizza delivery phenomenon.
The pizza delivery truck was spotted on Interstate 25 near the town of O’Fallon on Saturday night.
It has been described as a “sausage truck,” but its owner says it is not a pizza delivery.
The driver told Fox News the truck has been parked outside for two days.
He was wearing a blue motorcycle helmet and carrying a metal shield, he said.
He said he saw the truck near the border and decided to go ahead and take it.
The Blue Devil is one of several pizza delivery companies that have popped up on the highways this year, many of them with blue logos.
The pizza truck has become a viral hit in Kansas, a state known for its pizza deliveries.
Fox 2 reports the truck driver said the pizza delivery service is a local company and he did not know who owns it.
The truck is owned by an 18-year-old man.
He declined to identify himself, but Fox 2 reports he was driving in the area.
The truck’s owner said he has no problem with pizza delivery on his property.
He says he was doing business with a friend in the town and the truck was there to deliver pizza.