Cross-Dressing ‘Cowboy’ Was TICKED When He Saw A Sign On Restaurant’s Bathroom Door

What this Texas BBQ restaurant had on their bathroom door made this cross dresser RUN. Do you think this should be on every bathroom door in America?

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A Texas BBQ restaurant has made their transgender bathroom policy abundantly clear — “No Men Allowed in Women’s Bathroom.” A cross-dressing cowboy truck driver has been stirring-up trouble in the Texas BBQ joint. The trucker likes to come in dressed in a skirt or hot pants and a blouse and six-inch stilettos.

The sign in the small Texas town restaurant now politely warns, “No men allowed in the women’s bathroom please.” The restaurant shares the building with a Texaco service station.

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The establishment in Cresson, Texas, was forced to put up the sign in response to the trucker who has come to the restaurant over the last two-and-a-half-years.

The North Texas town, population 761 according to a 2013 census report, is located about 20 miles southwest of Fort Worth.

John Sanford, the owner of BBQ on the Brazos told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, “Before this gender thing got started, there’s a truck driver who comes in here who occasionally has on jeans and boots or occasionally has on a skirt and 6-inch stilettos.”

Read more: Breitbart

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