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Manhattan Chick-fil-A Vandalized During Pride Event

Virginia Kruta Associate Editor

A Manhattan Chick-fil-A was vandalized during Sunday’s Pride parade, according to photos provided to the Daily Caller.

The photos, taken of the Chick-fil-A location on 46th Street in Manhattan, show the words “F**k haters” scrawled across the windows and an “X” in red duct tape bearing the same words. There was also a small sign reading “LOVE is a terrible thing to waste” propped against the door. (RELATED: ‘Save Chick-fil-A’ Bill Approved By Texas Governor)

Manhattan Chick-Fil-A vandalized during Pride. Photo provided to the Daily Caller

Manhattan Chick-fil-A vandalized during Pride. Photo provided to the Daily Caller

Manhattan Chick-Fil-A vandalized during Pride. Photo provided to the Daily Caller

Manhattan Chick-fil-A vandalized during Pride. Photo provided to the Daily Caller

Sunday, June 30, marked the end of Pride month, which culminated in the massive World Pride Parade through lower Manhattan.

Chick-fil-A has often been the target of LGBTQ activists who claim that the chain restaurant is “anti-gay” because the owners, who are Christians, support organizations that recognize marriage as a union between a man and a woman.