An employee at Zannies Pizzas in Kempsey was out on a delivery on Sunday at 6.30pm in Mitchell Avenue West Kempsey when he was approached by a group of men carrying weapons.
The 18-year-old employee who has only been working at Zannies Pizzas for around one month arrived at an address on Mitchelle Avenue and knocked on the door, the couple inside said they hadn't ordered any pizza.
"I checked the house across the road from the one listed on the delivery, but thought there must have been a mistake and couldn't find the house. I decided to go back to the car and call the shop to let them know, but before I could three or four men came up to me," the employee said.
The group of at least three men, carrying a machete, a metal pipe and crowbar, demanded cash and the pizza from the employee.
The delivery driver put the pizzas down and handed over $40 in cash before the group of men fled.
Owner of Zannies Pizzas Leanne Jackson said this is the first time anything like this has happened.
"We opened two and a half years ago now and we've never had an incident like this," she said.
"There are no words, it's just horrific and disgusting.
"Our delivery drivers only carry $40 cash on them. So they took the cash and about $17 worth of pizza."
Police are currently investigating the incident.
The 18-year-old wasn't injured during the ordeal.
Anyone who may have witnessed the incident, has possible CCTV footage or any information is urged to contact Kempsey Police on 6561-6199.
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