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Bloomberg Refused Second Slice of Pizza at Local Restaurant

“I’m sorry sir. You’ve reached your personal slice limit.”

from The Daily Currant:

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg was denied a second slice of pizza today at an Italian eatery in Brooklyn.

The owners of Collegno’s Pizzeria say they refused to serve him more than one piece to protest Bloomberg’s proposed soda ban,which would limit the portions of soda sold in the city.

Bloomberg was having an informal working lunch with city comptroller John Liu at the time and was enraged by the embarrassing prohibition. The owners would not relent, however, and the pair were forced to decamp to another restaurant to finish their meal.

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6 comments to Bloomberg Refused Second Slice of Pizza at Local Restaurant

  • Kyle

    Awesome! Someone needs to interview the owners of this restaurant!

  • Eric

    They have the right to refuse service to anyone they want. I wouldn’t have even let him in the door. Disgusting lizard should get used to getting his hands dirty if he wants to eat.

  • B.M.

    It’s, “Do as I say, not as I do.” It’s okay for these global scumbag NWOs to tell us what to do, but don’t you dare try to run their lives.

  • Bob A

    Wish it were true, but it is satire.

  • Choo Hader

    I am absolutely crushed that this story is just satire. In my town a local restaurant owner made headlines when he refused to serve OJ Simpson a few years ago. LOL

  • Praxis

    Haha. Wow, the vitriol in those comments are striking. Reminds me of The Washington Fancy’s faux article about people going through TSA with speedos and viagra induced raging boners that got everyone a good laugh and jeers until the satire was revealed.

    Bloomberg probably has taste testers in any kitchen he eats from so he doesn’t risk a poisoning. NO way he’d eat a local shop.

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