Pizza shop causes outrage among locals for poking fun at human trafficking

The owner of a pizza shop in Barberton, Ohio, is making waves for a billboard that some believed to be poking fun at human trafficking.

While the subject is no laughing matter, Jeremy Clemetson, owner of East of Chicago Pizza store, is known around the area for his tongue in cheek signs.

“We’ve had ‘Legalize marinara,’ and ‘Our pizza is deep as potholes,’ ‘Free box with every pizza,'” he revealed to CNN.

But the most recent billboard, which read: “fat people are harder to kidnap,” caused discord among locals.