Seth Meyers took a swipe at Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee during a Late Night segment on Tuesday's defeat of the LGBT-inclusive Houston Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO).

HERO “prohibited discrimination in workplaces, housing, and public accommodations such as bathrooms on the basis of 15 different characteristics, including race, age and sexual orientation,” Meyers told his audience in a faux news segment titled A Closer Look. “But it was gender identity that opponents had a problem with.”

“Opponents of the law claimed falsely that the bill would allow anyone of any gender to walk into any bathroom they wanted.”

“[U]nfortunately, the ads worked, as one Houston resident told BuzzFeed, 'The only thing that I heard is that it allows men who dress up like women going into the ladies room … if a person woke up one day and said, 'I identify as a woman,' he could just go into the bathroom to see … booty.'”

Meyers mocked the comment, saying that that was the “five minutes of the day you don't wanna see the booty. That's when the booty is busy.”

Meyers then moved on to comments Huckabee made about similar laws.

“Wish that someone told me that when I was in high school that I could have felt like a woman when it came time to take showers in PE,” Huckabee told a National Religious Broadcasters Convention audience earlier this year. “I'm pretty sure that I would have found my feminine side and said, 'Coach, I think I'd rather shower with the girls today.'”

“Mike Huckabee, you a creep,” Meyers responded. “Just to clarify your position, if it had been legal, you would have gone into the locker room to shower with the girls and you think they would just stay? Anyway, [if] that sounds cool to any of you, he's running for president.”