A man from Arizona was arrested on Monday after police say that he threw spaghetti at his wife and broke her cell phone because he didn’t like the dinner she cooked.
Isidro Curiel, 37, was with his children and wife around 1:30 p.m. in their apartment in Chandler, when he became angry because his food tasted bad.
He threw his spaghetti at the wall and hit the kitchen sink, police say.
Curiel then left and took his wife’s cell phone and when she tried to stop him, but he threw the phone on the ground and broke it.
Curiel left his apartment and went to his parent’s house at 3612 W. Oakland Street.
Police went to the home and questioned Curiel. He told police he was mad because the food tasted bad. He also said the phone he broke was his.
A judge gave Curiel’s wife an order of protection in May 2011. She recently told officials that their relationship was “going good” so the two began living together.
Curiel was booked on charges of disorderly conduct, criminal damage and interfering with judicial proceedings by violating an order of protection.