PULLMAN, WA – OCTOBER 17: Shalom Luani #18 of the Washington State Cougars carries the ball to a touchdown on an interception return against the Oregon State Beavers in the fourth quarter at Martin Stadium on October 17, 2015 in Pullman, Washington. Washington State defeated Oregon State 52-31. (Photo by William Mancebo/Getty Images)

How did Washington State senior safety Shalom Luani react to his Domino’s pizza taking two hours? By breaking someone’s nose, of course.

Early Wednesday morning, Luani was waiting for his Domino’s Pizza. He became upset over the wait and decided to go after management. Others then got involved, leading to the Cougars’ starting free safety allegedly punching a 20-year-old WSU student in the face, breaking his nose. Luani was arrested on a charge of felony second-degree assault,

Spokane’s The Spokesman-Review was able to track down more details of the incident.

According to Pullman Police commander Chris Tennant, the 22-year-old Luani became verbally abusive when his order took too long.

“Luani was very frustrated with the two-hour wait for his pizza and became disorderly, yelling at management and other customers,” Tennant said.

Tennant said that Luani struck the victim under the chin, forcing his head back against the entrance door. The two went outside and a fight started. When officers arrived the victim was “bleeding profusely.” Officers believe there may be a second victim as well.”

Washington State has yet to comment on this publicly, and it is unknown if Luani will be punished for the incident. He has played one season for the Cougars, where he started 13 games and was named as an honorable mention on the All-Pac 12 team.

Luani’s freakout comes just about a month after other Washington State players were involved in an incident at a frat party. According to witnesses, a group of players fought with other students. One student was unconscious following that incident while another, Alex Rodriguez, ended up with a broken jaw. No arrests have been made in that case thus far.

[The Spokesman-Review]

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