Flooding in Venice can't stop pizzeria from serving customers in ankle-deep water

A Venice pizzeria was open for business this week despite ankle-deep water from violent rainstorms that left three-quarters of the Italian city flooded.

The bizarre scene inside the pizzeria at the Piazza San Marco was captured on cell phone video Monday that has since gone viral.

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In the footage, waiters wearing aprons, ties and knee-high rain boots can be seen dishing out pies in the flooded restaurant as diners also wearing rain boots sit at tables — seemingly not bothered by the wet conditions — as they wait patiently to be served.

It was the worst flooding seen in Venice for at least a decade.

Meanwhile, the Italian Civil Protection Agency said Tuesday that the death toll from the fierce storms battering Italy rose to 11.

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This article originally appeared in The New York Post.