If you thought that Neapolitan pizza on your last vacation to Italy was to die for, you were more right. Italian prosecutors allege that pizzeria owners in Naples have been using coffin wood to make their pizzas and save on the cost of combustible material.
Thieves in Naples routinely raid cemeteries for flowers, pots, and other goods.
This would make for an interesting negligent infliction of emotional distress claim. Technically, at the heat of an oven, there may not be a health risk. However, most people would find it rather distressful to learn that their pizza was cooked over the ashes of used coffins.
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