Level 7 meltdown in progress.
One Indiana business is getting slammed online after giving the state’s controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act a rave review.
On Tuesday, the proprietors of Walkerton’s Memories Pizza praised Gov. Mike Pence for protecting religious freedom and said they would choose not to serve their pies at any same-sex weddings.
“If a gay couple came in and wanted us to provide pizzas for their wedding, we would have to say no,” Crystal O’Connor, whose family owns Memories Pizza, told ABC57.
O’Connor said she “definitely agree[s] with the bill” and called the pizza shop a “Christian establishment.”
“We’re not discriminating against anyone, that’s just our belief and anyone has the right to believe anything,” O’Connor said.
As the story circulated online, Yelp reviewers immediately took to the restaurant ratings website to give the pizza shop some colorful reviews.
“They have a great pizza. It’s the intolerance special with toppings of hate, bigotry, stupidity, and old fashioned beliefs,” one review by “Jarrett J.” of Sydney, Australia said.
Another Yelp reviewer posted a photo of naked men holding pizza boxes.
“Food tastes like discrimination,” a third review said.