RICHMOND, Va. -- It was a pizza delivery unlike any Andrea Watkins has ever experienced.
On her surveillance video, Watkins said she spotted her delivery man waiting with her pizzas on top of his car.
"Once he looked up and he saw me he open the door he walked back over to me, asked me to sign the receipt," Watkins said.
But it was after he took the pizzas out of the bag that you could see the delivery man drop what appears to be a gun on Watkins' front porch right in front of her feet.
"I was in total shock," said Watkins, "I wasn't sure if he was delivering pizza or if it was going to be a robbery."
Andrea, who is four months pregnant, said the man kept his foot on the gun before picking it up. She said the man told her "my bad" and left.
"My children were standing right behind me, so like I said, God forbid the weapon would have gone off, who knows what would have happened," she said.
Andrea said she called Pizza Hut right after the incident and said she was told weapons were not tolerated. Watkins said she received an email Thursday afternoon from Pizza Hut Customer Service and it stated they apologized for her experience and that someone would be in contact within the next three business days.
Watkins said she understands why a delivery driver may want to be armed for safety reasons, but calls this incident reckless.
"It should have been secured if he was going to have it concealed, and at the very least I feel like the store management should have handled it better than how they did," she said.
On Thursday a store manager refused to comment. A message left with the Pizza Hut corporate office has not yet been returned.