A pizza restaurant at the centre off a CCTV row may not reopen following emergency repairs after the owner admitted he isn't turning a profit.\r\n\r\nEarlier this week the owner of La Pizza in Derby posted pictures to Facebook of two customers who initially refused to pay for their meal after they complained for a 1 hour and 45 minute wait for food.\r\n\r\nThe post went viral after the owner posted the pictures of the pair with a caption that read: "Are you glad you did this try to get away without paying for two pizzas? Was it worth it?"\r\n\r\nIt is reported the couple have issued a complaint to the Information Commissioner\u2019s Office as they believe the sharing of the images could constitute a breach of GDPR privacy laws.\r\n\r\nHowever, owner Antonio Palermo has revealed to local paper Derbyshire Live he is considering closing the business for good as he is losing his \u201cpassion\u201d and is not making any financial gain from the restaurant.\r\n\r\nHe said to the paper: "That place, I\u2019ve done more as a hobby and a passion, you know. And I\u2019m losing it at the moment. I\u2019m really losing that interest, because we make no financial gains and I\u2019m keeping it open.\r\n\r\n"But now, recently, I have been thinking \u2013 is it even worth it for me to try to do everything I\u2019m doing when actually there\u2019s no financial gain from any of it? Put yourself in my shoes. I would love everybody to realise. I would love people to say \u2018hold on a minute. Let\u2019s stop being like this\u2019."\r\n\r\nThe restaurant has been closed for the week to allow for repairs after heavy rain.