The shirt that Mario Alejandro says he wears "everywhere" is his way of showing his patriotism and pride in his military service. He had no idea that it would cause him to be singled out while enjoying a day with his family.
News 12 New Jersey reports on the tee shirt that was deemed "too offensive" for him to enter a Six Flags amusement park over the weekend.
What's your take? Were the Six Flags workers a little too sensitive, or did Alejandro's shirt cross a line?