Friendly rivalry: Allora Butchery’s Aaron Vietheer, Grant Lollback and Melissa Ziser.
Friendly rivalry: Allora Butchery’s Aaron Vietheer, Grant Lollback and Melissa Ziser.

Cane Toad fans steal snags

MAROON and blue decorations with missing blue sausages were the ingredients for a bit of fun rivalry between workers at Allora yesterday.

Leading up to the first clash, the Allora Butchery’s Queensland supporters thought they would play a trick on their Blues-supporter bosses on Tuesday night.

Owner Grant Lollback made blue pork sausages especially for a customer to get behind the spirit of supporting his favourite team.

“I knew they (his employees) were up to something yesterday afternoon when we left work,” Mr Lollback said.

Little did his employees know that Mr Lollback and his wife, Janette, returned that evening, after the shop resembled a maroon shrine, and redesigned it to incorporate the Blues.

It was sweet revenge.

However their bright blue sausages had been taken ransom with a note saying, “the Cane Toads were here”.

“They thought they were being smart by coming in early ... it’s a bit of friendly staff rivalry,” Mrs Lollback said.

Mr Lollback said they wouldn’t ever give in to the Cane Toads.

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