The Indian capital of Mumbai has been rocked by the discovery of the most sophisticated pizza recipe ever discovered by anyone, with police officers guarding restaurants as well as the police station and the area surrounding the building.
The recipes included cheese sauce, mozzarella, pepperoni and parmesan, along with the recipe for a vegan version.
According to The Times of India, the recipe has been traced back to a bakery in Mumbai, which also sold the same recipe to several foreign restaurants.
The restaurant owner of the bakery, Arun Kumar, is a senior police officer who was arrested in the case.
Mr Kumar has been arrested on the suspicion of providing a false name to the authorities in India, and the investigation is continuing, the Times of Indians reports.
The recipe has also been used by other restaurants in Mumbai.
The city has been hit by a wave of pizzagate-related arrests since September, when several women from Mumbai’s affluent west-end district were arrested.
Several of the women had reportedly taken part in a meeting at a restaurant in a residential area where some members of the community are thought to have eaten the pizza.
Police are also investigating whether some of the pizzas may have been prepared at a pizza parlour in a private home, in violation of a local liquor ban.
Police said that the restaurant owners are being questioned for questioning.
It has not been confirmed if the recipe was passed to the restaurant from the bakery.