UK's first chick-fil-A announced it would be down in six months, just days after the popular American fast food chain was under pressure from gay rights activists protesting against the chain They made their debut for the million-dollar donation to LGBTQ critical groups.
The Oracle mall raved on Saturday with a sign saying "GET THE CHICK OUT Say no to bigotry and hatred on your high street."
CHICK-FIL – AN OPEN & # 39; PILOT & # 39; LOCATION IN ENGLAND AS THE LGBT GROUP ANNOUNCES A PROTEST
The store opened its "pilot" location in Reading on October 10, approximately one and a half hours drive from London. A shopping center spokesman said the chain-related concerns raised by activists had led them not to extend the restaurant's lease beyond the "six-month pilot phase".
Restaurant LGBTQ groups, which attacked CEO Dan Cathy, have come under pressure for a long time after repeatedly posting comments condemning homosexuality and gay marriage and donating $ 1
fil-A defended the donations on the grounds that they "should promote the economic mobility of young people by focusing on homelessness and poverty, education and revitalizing the community, and have no political or social agenda," one said Corporate Statement in March
Cathy has frankly stated that America invites "God's judgment on our nation when we shake it with a fist and say we know better what you mean by what makes a marriage," a radio interview of 2012.
"I pray for God's mercy toward our generation, who has such a proud, arrogant attitude that we have the audacity to redefine what marriage is all about," he added at the time. 19659003] CLICK HERE FOR THE FOX NEWS APP
Cathy later doubled his remarks and said he was "guilty as charged" for his discriminatory beliefs.
Chick-fil-A opened another international store in Canada in September. which also attracted a crowd of protesters on the same topics.