Notting Hill Festival Promised All-You-Can-Eat Pizza The festival in London kept running out of pizza. That wasn't the biggest problem: One customer told the BBC the slices looked like something that passed through a cat's digestive system.
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Notting Hill Festival Promised All-You-Can-Eat Pizza

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Notting Hill Festival Promised All-You-Can-Eat Pizza

Notting Hill Festival Promised All-You-Can-Eat Pizza

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The festival in London kept running out of pizza. That wasn't the biggest problem: One customer told the BBC the slices looked like something that passed through a cat's digestive system.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. The Notting Hill Pizza Festival in London promised all-you-can-eat pizza, except they kept running out of pizza. Lines were an hour long, and that wasn't even the biggest problem. A customer told the BBC that the slices looked like something that passed through a cat's digestive system. I looked at the photos. Yeah. They were trying to make this high-end, boutique-y (ph) stuff. Next year, call me. I have, like, 30 pizzerias in New Jersey to suggest. Just fly one of those folks in. You're listening to MORNING EDITION.

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