A Chick-Fil-A eatery in Frederick, Maryland was vandalized with pro-gay messages over the weekend.

The vandalism was reported on Sunday morning, police told The Frederick News-Post.

Captain Gregory Santangelo told the paper that vandals glued stickers in support of gay marriage and an image which combined American and gay pride flags to the restaurant's windows.

According to the paper, vandals hit at least two other Chick-Fil-A restaurants across the county after CEO Dan Cathy conceded that his company financially supports anti-gay groups and called gay rights activists “arrogant” for defying God.

Last week, a local Torrance, California artist was arrested for painting “Tastes Like Hate” on the side of a Chick-Fil-A store. Manny Castro acted two days after the fast-food chain was flooded with customers in support of Cathy's comments in opposition to gay marriage.