There are two types of pizza shops in this country: those that charge you to come in and order and those that only take you in if you are a customer and not a staff member.
In the former category, the owner, who goes by the name of Luigi, has been doing a brisk business in the United States since 2008.
He’s a giant of a man with a full head of gray hair, a thick beard and a booming voice.
The pizza, he tells NBC News, is a product of Italian cooking.
“It’s not just one of the top 10 most expensive pizza restaurants in America, it’s one of them.
It’s the best pizza in the world.
It is a real Italian experience,” he says.
But Luigi, who is from Sicily, has a dark side.
He has a history of being accused of human trafficking.
In 2011, Luigi was indicted by federal prosecutors on charges of human smuggling.
The indictment was later dropped, and he was later sentenced to 30 months in prison.
Luigi has not been charged with any crimes.
In 2013, a video surfaced showing him talking about human trafficking in his restaurant.
The video showed him saying, “If we can help, we’ll do everything.”
A few weeks later, a federal judge threw out the case against Luigi.
The judge found that the federal government did not have probable cause to bring charges against Luigi because he was a “person of goodwill” and had not taken advantage of human traffickers.
In an interview with the Miami Herald, Luigi described the video as a lie.
“They’re going to lie.
It will be like a dream come true,” Luigi said.
In 2016, the U.S. Department of Labor announced it would be suspending Luigi’s permit until he pays back the $1 million it has spent on hiring lawyers and paying the $50,000 fine.
Luigi told the Herald that the suspension was necessary to protect the restaurant’s workers.
The U.N. has called for Luigi to be held accountable.
“We call on Luigi to take immediate and effective steps to ensure that he is fully aware of the seriousness of the allegations and to ensure compliance with all relevant laws and regulations,” U.K. Trade Commissioner Matthew Elliot told NBC News in an email.
“We are also calling on Luigi and the United Kingdom to immediately cease and desist from conducting business in their countries and immediately implement a robust and transparent investigation into these claims.”
Luigi has not spoken publicly about his situation.
But in an interview, he said he was not sure whether he would go back to Italy or return to Miami.
He said he wanted to be treated like a human being.
“You have to be human.
It takes time,” he said.
“It took me a while to get used to people saying nice things to me.
I didn’t understand that people were going to treat me like a tourist.
I had to understand that, in order to be in business, I had a duty to my people.”