A waitress serves pizza at a restaurant in Moscow, September 10, 2014.
A waitress serves pizza at a restaurant in Moscow, September 10, 2014. REUTERS/Maxim Zmeyev

Dave Hax taught his more than half a million YouTube subscribers how to steal pizza at a pizza party without friends knowing it. Posted on Jan. 9, the 84-second clip received more than 1.6 million views in just six days with more than 7,000 likes and only around 400 thumbs down.

According to Hax’s pizza stealing technique, which he calls “The Perfect Crime,” the first thing to do is to cut a horizontal strip out of the pizza’s center and place it aside. Afterwards, rotate the pizza 90 degrees after pushing the two halves together. The next step is to cut another horizontal slice out of the center, push the four remaining slices together and slice again.

Meanwhile, the world’s largest pizza company Pizza Hut is set to launch Gluten-Free Pizzas in collaboration with Udi’s Gluten Free, the leading gluten-free brand in North America, and the Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG), the non-profit group that pioneered gluten-free food verification. Udi’s provided the signature crust while GIG helped with the in-store training process.

Starting on Jan. 26, pizza lovers can order a Cheese-only or Pepperoni Gluten-Free Pizza at select Pizza Hut restaurants in the United States. Cut into six slices, the Cheese-only and Pepperoni Gluten-Free Pizzas are 10 inches and pricing starts at $9.99.

Watch Dave Hax’s YouTube viral video titled “How to Steal Pizza - The Perfect Crime” here:

Credits: YouTube/DaveHax

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