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I’ll have a slice of the porno pizza July 4, 2007

Posted by grhomeboy in Food Drinks News, Odd World.
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Those who are disappointed when they reach the end of their pizza are in for a treat when they get a takeaway from a new pizza place in Canada.

Porno Pizza, a new pizza delivery restaurant puts pornography in the box underneath the pizza so there is a treat for the customer when they have finished.

Local entrepreneur Corey Wildeman, 30 came up with the idea for the business came while working at other pizza places. “I’m absolutely thrilled with how successful it’s been,” he said while on a delivery last night. Although at present the customers can’t pick which saucy image they will receive, in the future the owner plans to offer more specific choices to cater for the individual.

“It runs the full gamut. There are some that are very Playboy-esque and others which Larry Flynt would blush at,” he said, describing the photos sent out with orders.

What has surprised Wildeman the most since opening is the sex of the customers. “It’s about 75 to 80 per cent female that are placing the orders and are taking orders at the door,” he said.

One customer, 24, was hanging out with a group of friends when they made the call to Porno Pizza. “It seemed like a novelty,” he said after the pizza arrived, and there was no doubt it left his friends amused. Others, however, are less impressed with the idea.

Roz Prober, president of the Winnipeg chapter of child advocacy group Beyond Borders, believes the delivery service could land pornography in the hands of children. “There is no way his business isn’t exposing children to pornography,” she said. Prober said just because the business checks the identification of the person buying the pizza, it doesn’t mean children aren’t in the home.

Though Wildeman disagreed, adding pornography is easily available through plenty of other mediums including magazines, the Internet and television -all which are easy to access. “I wouldn’t be getting phone calls if this wasn’t accepted,” said Wildeman.

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