Chris McMurray, the owner of a Radford bakery, made national headlines earlier this week after turning down a photo op with Vice President Joe Biden.
He's getting lots of attention; some he doesn't want. McMurray’s bakery, "Crumb and Get It," is still getting slammed with business, but on Friday it also had to deal with a truck driving past the bakery every few minutes - with some graphic pictures.
A box truck with graphic pictures of aborted fetuses on both sides kept driving by the Radford store. It was more than enough for one man eating lunch.
"It's terrible. I mean I'm not saying he doesn't have freedom to say what he wants to but there's a time and a place and I don't think this is appropriate," Michael Williams of Radford said.
The driver said he drove 250 miles to buy cookies from "Chris the Baker,” and to push his own cause in front of the camera.
"… we support this man's business and what he stood for. But we also know that we've got to educate America to this unborn child is," the driver of the truck, Bubba Garrett said.
Since Wednesday, Chris McMurray's life has gone from husband, dad and baker, to the man who said 'no' to Vice President Joe Biden.
Add to that Friday's odd occurrence, strangers with their own agenda, and for "Chris the Baker" it just piles on.
"I'm not an activist, I'm not a guy who's causing a big stink over issues that really divide the country,” McMurray said. “You know they have the right to parade up and down the street and park where they want to park and do what they want to do, just like I have the right to say what I want to say."
Outside "Crumb and Get It'' we saw police standing across the street and down the corner, keeping an eye on the box truck and its driver.
One lady said the message was fine but not how it was delivered.
"The visual on there, people bringing children to downtown Radford, I did not think it was appropriate,” Wanda Pearce of Dublin said.
The box truck was in Radford for a couple of hours before driving away.