City approves changing bakery’s doughnut mural to dildo mural

in Business/Culture
Doughnut mural at Broad St. and West 20th St.
Doughnut mural at Broad St. and West 20th St.

After Chattanooga city inspectors told Koch’s Bakery on Broad Street that the nearby flying-doughnut mural the bakery commissioned was an illegal form of advertising, citing Chattanooga’s sign ordinance, the inspectors were placated by the bakery’s new plans to change the mural to become a landscape of dildos.

“Koch’s isn’t selling dildos, so the new mural design is perfectly fine since it wouldn’t be considered advertising,” said city inspector Marc Bolibar.

A watercolor mock-up sketch of the new dildo mural revealed a colorful landscape of various dildos of different sizes – medium, large and alien-sized – and varieties, such as the Hobbit-themed “Dildo Baggins” and the “Head of State” Barack Obama dildo.

City inspectors also approved a proposed mural design commissioned by Miranda’s Adult Bookstore, which is located across the street from Koch’s Bakery, which will feature giant flying doughnuts.

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