A pizza shop in Tasmania has changed the meaning of an anti–marriage equality billboard next to its premises.
Wiseguise Pizza in Launceston, adjacent to a billboard reading ‘It’s OK to say no’, painted their wall to add ‘to pineapple on pizza’, ABC News has reported.
“It’s a huge debate at the moment, obviously, everyone’s talking about whether pineapple should be on pizza or not.”
Wiseguise managing director Alex Jones said he was concerned the billboard would have a detrimental effect on business.
“We try not to have a political point of view as a business, so I think we’ve taken the stance away from it,” he said.
“I think this is a better solution to just the sign on its own.”
Jones said the billboard went up on Thursday morning and was defaced by a member of the public using purple paint shortly after. It took pizza shop employees three hours to complete their addition to the sign.