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Employees Call Cops at Chick-Fil-A Same Sex Kiss-In

Chick-Fil-A not in LA
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Today's same-sex kiss-in at the Chick-Fil-A in Hollywood was disrupted when employees called the police, reports TMZ.

Those who phoned the cops said that they didn't mind the event, in which same-sex couples kissed at the restaurant, but that members of the media were the real problem. Apparently they were trying to get commentary from employees. VULTURES!

By the time police showed up, though, a truce had been reached.