40-pound concrete pig thought stolen from Scott’s Addition restaurant was really just misplaced
June 26, 2017

40-pound concrete pig thought stolen from Scott’s Addition restaurant was really just misplaced

The PBR-themed pig was decorated by Lunch & Supper staff to be auctioned off for charity this Saturday.

Photo: Lunch & Supper (via WTVR)

UPDATE:

The PBR pig wasn’t stolen after all; just misplaced, thankfully. My faith in humanity is (somewhat) restored.

Original report from WTVR:

A 40-pound concrete pig bound for auction was stolen from Lunch & Supper property in Scott’s Addition, between Wednesday, April 12 and Monday, April 17 – when the pig was noted missing.

The PBR pig is part of the “Big Pig Project” at Lunch & Supper, which is a benefit for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Richmond.

The 40-pound concrete pig is sponsored by Loveland Beer Distributors and is scheduled to go up for auction along with other painted and Richmond-themed pigs.

Read on to learn more about the missing swine and this weekend’s Big Pig Project.

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