While the debate rages on over marriage equality in Australia, one pizza shop has had a nifty response to an advertisement against it.
Wiseguise Pizza in Launceston, Tasmania found an "It's OK to say no" billboard attached to their store. It's part of a campaign to get Australians to vote against the legalisation of same-sex marriage in the country.
So the shop's employees decided to do something about it, and get it to say no to something else: Pineapple on pizza.
— Carla Howarth (@CarlaHowarth) September 21, 2017
The painting is an attempt to depoliticise the business, in the belief that the original sign would have a negative effect on the store.
"It's the Australian way, you know, to take an issue that's got a lot of people divided at the moment and make it a little bit more light-hearted," Wiseguise managing director Alex Jones told ABC News.
"Obviously we're big believers in freedom of speech, and we're very lucky that we live in a country that allows us to be like that."
— Fred Hooper (@freddyhoop) September 21, 2017
One thing is for sure, the debate over pineapple on pizza will show no signs of stopping, ever.