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Chicago bar bans MAGA hats because they want to maintain a ‘classy’ environment
- Trump supporters have attacked Chicago bar online after ‘new dress code’
- Replay Lincoln Park announced ‘MAGA’ hats and face tattoos would be banned
- Facebook post said changes had been made to ‘maintain a classy environment’
- Management said the dress code announcement had been ‘tongue-in-cheek’
A Chicago bar has been targeted by angry Donald Trump supporters after it banned the infamous ‘Make America Great Again’-hats.
Replay Lincoln Park, an arcade game bar in northern Chicago, announced in a tongue-in-cheek Facebook post they would be banning ‘MAGA’ hats and face tattoos in order to ‘maintain a classy environment’.
However, the new dress code did not go down well with supporters of the right-wing U.S. President, and the bar has been inundated with fake negative reviews and hateful messages.
Classy dress code: Replay Lincoln Park announced that they would be banning ‘MAGA’ hats and face tattoos in order to ‘maintain a classy environment’ in the bar
The original post, posted on Saturday, read: ‘After much consternation and consideration and to maintain a “classy environment”, Replay Lincoln Park has implemented a new and strictly enforced dress code.
The post was accompanied by two pictures, one of a man with a large tattoo across his face, and one of a ‘MAGA’ hat.
The announcement has seen Trump supporters rally to the bar’s Facebook page where many aired their grievances with the ‘dress code’.
Fake news: Replay Lincoln Park’s Facebook page has been inundated with fake reviews from angry Trump fans after they banned ‘MAGA’ hats and face tattoos
Online attacks: The owner of the arcade game bar, in northern Chicago, said the response to the post had been ‘uglier than I had ever expected’
Replay Lincoln Park’s owner Mark Kwiatkowski told MailOnline that the response to the post had been ‘uglier than I had ever expected’.
‘The entire thing was done with a tongue in cheek approach,’ he said, adding that he had hoped the rule would ‘maybe provoke some discussion and get our younger fans motivated to get engaged in political discourse.’
However, he added that along with the negative comments, the bar had received a lot of support and ‘more thumbs up than angry faces’.
Mr Kwiatkowski added that his next step would be to try to turn the drama into something positive, with the aim of raising money for charity.
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