NC woman accused in pizza shop video pleads guilty

HICKORY, NC (AP) - A North Carolina woman accused of appearing in a gross video at a Domino's Pizza kitchen that was posted on the Internet last year has pleaded guilty to charges stemming from the video.

The Hickory Daily Record reports that 32-year-old Kristy Hammonds received a suspended sentence Friday and also was placed on probation for 18 months. During that time, she cannot work at any business that prepares or serves food or beverages.

In the video, a giggling Hammonds narrates as 32-year-old Michael Anthony Setzer sticks cheese in his nose and waves salami under his rear end while making a sandwich. Both had been charged with breaking food sanitation laws.

Hammonds was told to turn over recordings of the incident to Domino's Pizza and not to discuss the case with anyone.

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