Say What?!: Finnish Police Ask Public to Report Cheap Pizzas

say-whatHELSINKI, Finland – Police in Finland are asking pizzeria customers to report eateries offering pies for less than $6.81, as such restaurants are likely dodging taxes.

The campaign, which police departments are promoting on their social media pages, calls on customers to report establishments selling pizzas for less than 6 euros — $6.81 — as that price is considered to be the minimum possible for an eatery to turn a profit while paying the required taxes.

“Unless a pizza is on temporary sale there is no way a legitimate establishment can offer pizza for less than six euros,” Detective Inspector Minna Immonen of the Uusimaa police department told national broadcaster Yle.

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