Pizza has the power to make almost anything better. Divorce, however, is not one of those things, as evidenced by a recent case in which a court ruled that a man could pay child support to his ex-wife exclusively with pizza instead of actual money. As you can imagine, she isn't pleased.
As explained in a report by The Independent, a judge in the Italian city of Padua sided with the man, a 50-year-old pizza maker named Nicola Toso, after his ex-wife took him to court for "paying" her with pizzas and other food from 2008 to 2010 instead of the €400 (about $335) in alimony he agreed to under the divorce terms back in 2002. Sure, hundreds of dollars worth of margherita pies might sound good, but they certainly won't help pay the bills.