Memories Pizza, the Indiana pizzeria that controversially claimed earlier this year that it would never cater a gay wedding, has unwittingly catered a gay wedding.
Robin Trevino and Jason Delgatto first exchanged vows in Illinois in 2008 and secured a marriage license in Iowa the following year, but they chose to renew their vows this month to commemorate the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges, which guaranteed same-sex couples the right to marry.
The proprietors of Memories Pizza, who in April cited an Indiana religious-freedom law to justify not serving at gay weddings, were presumably less than thrilled with the ruling. Trevino, who belongs to a gay comedy troupe, chose to add insult to injury: before their vow renewal ceremony, he drove to the Walkerton, Ind., pizza parlor and ordered two pies, which the couple served to their guests.
Trevino posted a video to YouTube of the whole production.
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