MELBOURNE, Australia — Happy’s Pizza will return to the Melbourne streets on Sunday with its iconic red and white logo being restored to the city’s streets.
The iconic red-and-white sign in Melbourne’s CBD has been in limbo for the past four years.
It had been put up as part of a new $5 million sign renewal scheme, which saw the sign relocated to a different building.
But it was relocated to the main Melbourne CBD building in February.
Happy has said the sign was stolen from the shop, which was set to reopen in November after being mothballed in February by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.
Since the new scheme began, Happy’s has been fined $3,000 by the ACCC for breaching the competition law by selling a product without a licence, according to the ABC.
“We are delighted to be returning to Melbourne for a limited time this week, and to return the Happy’s logo to the streets,” the restaurant said in a statement.
Melbourne’s new Happy’s signs will be installed at 6pm on Sunday.
Read more about Happy’s in ABC News.