Hate is not on tap at this Oklahoma City bar

A photo of an anti-hate advertisement from a local bar was making the rounds on Twitter Thursday morning.

Oklahoman Modified: April 18, 2013 at 11:51 am •  Published: April 18, 2013
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A photo of an anti-hate advertisement from a local bar was making the rounds on Twitter Thursday morning.

Grandad's Bar on NW 23 Street in Oklahoma City placed the ad in the latest Oklahoma Gazette to clear up its stance on a situation that happened at the establishment.

"We had a situation recently that is sad and embarrassing and will absolutely not be tolerated," Proprietor Greg Seal said in the ad. "So, if you have any problem with another type of person that might lead you to verbally or physically abuse them, or even cause a scene at the bar, DO NOT COME HERE."

Seal said in the ad that the bar is proud of its diverse demographic and will not tolerate hate and/or bigotry.

"Come on, OKC. We're all in this together. Gay, straight, black, white, plumber, politician, whatever...let's just all have a drink and be cool. Deal?" he said.

Take a look at the ad below:



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