Bella Italia Launches Katsu Pizza And It's Free To Anyone Named Kat, Sue or Stu
The Rugby World Cup is currently taking place in Japan at the moment, which is great if you like that kind of thing. To make the event seem fun to those who aren't a fan of egg ball, Bella Italia have created a Katsu pizza. It makes sense, kind of.
The pizza is going to be available for one day only on 28 September and it'll cost just £5, or if you're named, Kat, Stu or Sue you can get it for free. Hilarious, isn't it?
Bella Italia said: "With things heating up in Japan for the sporting event of the year, Bella Italia has created a Katsu Pizza, showing its support for the Italian team. And, for one day only, the pizza will be served for FREE* to anyone named Kat, Stu or Sue, and £5 for everyone else."
However, you must be able to present proof of name, so you can't just pretend to be a Stu for the day.
If you like to get adventurous with your pizza toppings, you'll love this. The pizza 'unites two of the most iconic dishes from Japan and Italy, boasting crispy panko breadcrumb coated chicken, with red and spring onions on a classic mozzarella pizza base, topped with a rich Katsu Curry sauce.'
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The food chain believe that the pizza will transport pizza lovers across the North Pacific, so if you want get involved in the Rugby World Cup but you don't like rugby, then eat a pizza instead.
They said: "This unmissable creation will transport pizza lovers across the North Pacific for one day only, so whether it's settling a family feud over the favourites to win this weekend, or wanting to try something completely unique, look no further than Bella Italia this Saturday."
If you love a twist on a classic dish, then Aldi have an option for you and the family this Christmas. They've created a two metre long pig in blanket. Two metres works out at around six foot five, which is the height of your average basketball player.
The new culinary invention may take minutes off your life, but it won't but a dent in your wallet. In fact, it'll only set you back £4.99. That's a lot of meat for your money.
In other rugby related news, an Irish commentator has made the bold request for the haka to be banned because not only is it 'overdone' but it also gives the Kiwis an 'unfair advantage'.
Featured Image Credit: Bella Italia