Glasgow. A member of the public claims to have removed the offensive poster after spotting it on the front door of the Cathcart Congregational Church on Monday.
It is unknown who placed the poster there.The cartoon image depicts a man and a woman with their three children and is emblazoned with the slogan 'Straight Pride'.The message written below the graphic reads 'Because you wouldn't be here without normal people.'The drawing appears to suggest that heterosexual couples and families are "normal people".Resident Clau Dia shared an image of the poster on a community Facebook page, after explaining how she came across the 'ridiculous and homophobic' flyer.She wrote: "I took it down after taking this photo, so it doesn't need to burn any other LGBT+ eyeballs.Many were left appalled at the message on the poster.
David McDaid wrote: "Scum bags".Erin McGuigan said: "This is absolutely disgusting". Jamie McIntyre added: "I think that was made for young kids to see judging by the picture and words".Cathcart Congregational Church and Police Scotland have been contacted for comment. Don't miss the latest news from around Scotland and beyond - Sign up to our daily newsletter here. Biker dies after horror crash with tractor in South Ayrshire Scots nursing student battles near fatal brain aneurism to graduate Arthur's Seat on fire as blaze rips through Edinburgh hills .
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