PIZZA PRONTO CARDIFF BAY RE-OPENS AFTER “MALICIOUS DAMAGE”

The Pizza Pronto outlet in Cardiff Bay is near the Eli Jenkins pub

The well-known Penarth entrepreneur Kevin Halborg has managed to get his Cardiff Bay “Pizza Pronto” outlet operating normally again after electrical cables powering the unit had been “maliciously damaged”.

The deliberate damage only affected the Cardiff Bay outlet;  the well-established Pizza Pronto kiosk in Stanwell Road, Penarth was NOT affected.

It’s not yet clear why Pizza Pronto – a highly successful Penarth-based  business which is noted for its  generous work for the British Legion and military charities and its “Buy 1 Feed 1” campaign  – has been targeted.

Mr Halborg has praised his team for getting the Cardiff outlet up and running again so quickly after the malicious attack. The business is about to open a third outlet in Barry shortly.

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7 Responses to PIZZA PRONTO CARDIFF BAY RE-OPENS AFTER “MALICIOUS DAMAGE”

  1. The Dairy Farmer says:

    Disgraceful whoever did this Best wishes to Kevin and his team

  2. Mark Foster says:

    Obviously Steven Doughty supporters. Stop Alun Michael and Sivaruby Sivagnanam building the Headland Immigrants Link.

    • Richie says:

      Please Mark, stop with the xenophobia.

      • Penarthian says:

        Mark, you might want have a think about your comma usage below while you’re at it. I’m not sure what or where a ‘kitchen woman’ is, but before you start commenting elsewhere you may want to have a quick check regarding your spelling and grammar. We wouldn’t want you to come across as an idiot, would we? Thanks 🙂

    • Louise C says:

      Are you having some sort of breakdown, mate? Do you have nightmares of immigrant hoards marauding your bungalow?

  3. AK says:

    It should be safe enough now – it is now surrounded by a wall of steel, together with the rest of Cardiff centre.

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