An Iraq war veteran says he was turned away from a Six Flags in New Jersey because he says he was told his shirt was "offensive."
The vet says he was stopped by a security guard at the front gate.
News 12 New Jersey, which highlighted the story on its front page, spoke with 33-year-old Mario Alejandro. He's served two tours in Iraq.
Although Six Flags did not directly address the issue, a spokeswoman sent NJ.com an email saying "the incident was 'under review.'" The outlet reports she "added that Six Flags is extremely proud of its longstanding relationship with the U.S. military."
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