VIDEO: Man Files Religious Discrimination Complaint Over Bakeries Refusal to make Anti-Gay Cake
Just as same sex couples filed discriminatory complaints against bakeries who refused to give them service, a man from Colorado filed a religious discrimination complaint against a bakery which refused to make him an anti-gay cake. Here is what happened.
9News is reporting;
A customer came into the store and requested a couple of cakes in the shape of Bibles, according to the owner Marjorie Silva.
Silva says the man pulled out a piece of paper with hateful phrases like "God hates gays" and requested her to write them on his cakes. He wouldn't let employees make a copy of the paper and would not read the words out loud, Silva claims. The bakery owner also says the customer wanted an image of two men holding hands with an "X" on top.
"After I read it, I was like 'No way,'" Silva said. "'We're not doing this. This is just very discriminatory and hateful.'"
Silva then received a complaint from DORA for religious discrimination.
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