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Pizza Shop's Politically Charged Signs Grab Attention

In case you were wondering if the owner of the Windy City Pizza shop in Virginia Beach, Virginia is a liberal or a conservative, you need look no further than the store's marquee. Up front and center, the sign features some political opinions that have some customers cheering, and others driving by in a huff.

News Channel 3 got an alert about the company's sign on Monday, just after North Carolina filed a lawsuit against the U.S. government over the controversial bathroom bill.

The sign in all caps read: "We have a [men’s] room; we have a [ladies’] room; if this confuses you we can help!"

A new sign appeared on Tuesday that read, "Doing our part to shrink the gender pay gap; we underpay guys too!"

The owner told reporters who called that he actually doesn't have a stance on the issues-- he just likes to post messages that stimulate conversation.

Hmmm... sounds like a closet Republican to me.

Photo: WTKR

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