In response to a Texas restaurant kicking out a gay couple due to a “no fags” policy, pranksters on turned the eatery into the “#1 gay hangout in Texas.”

On their way out from Big Earl's Bait House and Country Store in Pittsburg, Collin Dewberry and Kelley were directed to a posted sign: “Welcome to Big Earl's where men act like men, women act like ladies, no saggy pants and we reserve the right to refuse service to anyone.”

“And so I laughed and I asked what do you mean?” Dewberry said. “And that's when she [the owner's daughter] said to us, 'To put it plainly, we don't serve fags here.'”

One Yelp commenter wrote: “I thought this gay bar catered to all members of the LGBT community, but I was dead wrong apparently. 'Big Earl' himself blocked the door wearing assless chaps and a ball gag around his neck before I could even fully walk through the entrance. He told me, 'There ain't no room for dickless dykes in my hot dog ho down.' Oook. I'll take my lezzy ass elsewhere.”

“The previous reviews are right about the glory hole,” another commenter wrote. “Men were constantly going in and out of the restroom and one even came to our table. If I could give this pace negative stars I would. The name pretty much says it all.”

Another added: “The food is terrible, but this is a great place to take in a drag show, sing some Lady Gaga for karaoke night or cruise for guys.”