A Creve Coeur man turned his robbery of a $28 dinner into a six-year prison term Friday.

Antonio Geiler, 23, had no prior felony convictions before he pleaded guilty last August to aggravated robbery. He was sentenced then to 180 days in jail and two years of probation.

He was jailed again with his Nov. 16 arrest for possessing a stolen vehicle, which a security officer at the Walmart Supercenter in Morton saw him drive away from the store’s parking lot after he’d come under surveillance for loitering in the store for two hours, according to court documents.

Geiler pleaded guilty to violating his probation and to the stolen vehicle charge. His prison term will serve as punishment in both cases.

In November 2016, he ordered a Chinese meal to be delivered from a local restaurant to a home several doors down from his in the 300 block of Riverview Drive in Creve Coeur. As his girlfriend watched, Geiler emerged from behind a bush wearing a mask and brandishing a BB gun when the delivery man approached, according to the court documents.

“Give me the food and I won’t shoot you,” Geiler told him. The man complied, left and reported the robbery to his employer, who suspected Geiler of the crime and notified the police, documents stated.

A month later, when an officer found Geiler and the girlfriend at a gas station, the girl acknowledged the two had committed the robbery. A minor, she was processed through juvenile court.