13 August, 2012 17:39

Posted: August 13, 2012 in Uncategorized
The Frederick News-Post reported Sunday that a Chick-Fil-A restaurant in Frederick, Maryland, was the target of vandals who glued gay marriage stickers and other items to the windows sometime Saturday night.

Cpl. Gregory Santangelo said that in addition to the stickers, several homemade signs and an image “with the American and gay pride flags combined,” were also affixed to the windows.

He also told the Post that the restaurant hired a cleaner to remove the items.

According to the Post, video surveillance of the suspect and physical evidence were collected, and the Frederick County Bureau of Investigation is looking into the matter.

At least two other Chick-fil-A restaurants have been vandalized since company president Dan Cathy expressed support for traditional marriage.

A Torrance, California, restaurant had the words “tastes like hate” scrawled on the building. Gay Hollywood artist Manny Castro took credit for that incident, and was booked on suspicion of vandalism.

A second Chick-fil-A was vandalized in the St. Louis area, when someone spray-painted “don’t hate” on the side of the building, and “tastes like hate” on the drive-through.

Although no vandalism was involved, a Chick-fil-A in West Virginia was the target of a bomb threat during the Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day on August 1.


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