Gay rights activists plan 'Kiss In' at Chick-fil-A restaurants
The next chapter in the Chick-fil-A controversy begins Friday.
Gay rights activists are planning a "Kiss In" encouraging gay and lesbian couples to take a photo or video of smooching at various restaurants across the country.
Just Wednesday, the restaurant saw lines of people outside the door. In South Bend there was a steady flow of more than 100 people all day long.
Many of them wanting to show their support for what they believe is an act of "free speech.”
The restaurant didn't release any figures on how well it did on its "Appreciation Day,” but admits that it was record setting.
All this comes after Chick-fil-A's CEO came out against same-sex marriage.