Pi Pizza owner Lee Ellis sent a clear message to a gun enthusiast who complained about the Houston pizzeria’s no-guns-allowed policy: “We do not want your money.” It all started when Pi Pizza posted signs saying that, despite Texas’ open-carry law, no firearms were allowed on the premises. Kyle Kelly expressed his disappointment with the policy in the review section of Pi Pizza’s Facebook page, stating, “Any business that removes my right to defend myself is a business that doesn’t want my money.” Pi Pizza’s response: “Hey, Kyle. FO. You are correct, we do not want your money.” And that’s when the shooting began.
See how Pi Pizza’s stand has set off a social media firefight at PMQ.com.