A restaurant owner outside of Oklahoma City has warned that he won't serve “freaks,” “faggots” or welfare recipients.

Gary James has owned Gary's Chicaros in Enid for 44 years.

Oklahoma City's NewsChannel 4 interviewed James about an avalanche of customer complaints on Facebook about his policies.

James freely admitted to the outlet that certain people are not welcome in his place of business.

“I think I can spot a freak or a faggot,” he said. “I really don't want gays around. I don't deal with these people walking down the street with no jobs, on welfare.”

“He just doesn't like certain people of race, of color, ethnicity,” Matt Guard, who was denied service after being a regular at the restaurant for years, told the outlet.

James claimed that Guard was denied service after he “created an issue.”

Guard, who is in a wheelchair, believes the real issue is that he's on disability.

The restaurant's motto is “Where the great whites gather.”

“Life is to [sic] short to drink cheap beer and tolerate fags and freaks,” the eatery's Google+ description reads in part.

“I really don't want gays around,” James added. “Any man that would compromise his own body would compromise anything.” (A video report is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)