A Christian conservative group protested Disney World's annual Gay Day by flying a warning message over the park.

The Florida Family Association contracted a plane to fly over the park dragging a giant banner that reads, “Warning Gay Day At Disney.”

The group said it flew similar banners on Friday and Saturday: “Thanks to the generosity of many supporters, Florida Family Association contracted this aircraft company to fly a seven foot high banner for ten hours the day before and ten hours the day of Gay Pride Day at Disney World.”

The group estimates as many as 10,000 unaware people exit the park because they are offended by the gay event.

“Florida Family Association wants to warn these families about this offensive event before they arrive at the Magic Kingdom on Saturday,” the group wrote. “This airplane banner is our best effort to accomplish that goal.” (Video footage of the banner is embedded in the right panel of this page.)

Offensive behavior cited by the group includes patrons wearing t-shirts that “promote homosexuality,” patrons kissing, hugging and “groping” each other, and patrons “dressed in drag.”

The group says it wants Disney to reschedule Gay Day to take place after the park closes.

Supporters of the annual event – now in its 20th year – said Gay Day gives the area economy a much needed $150 million boost.

“The economy is improving because of what Gay Days bring into it,” Gay Day President Chris Alexander-Manley told NBC affiliate WDAM. “Our crowd behaves better than most convention crowds, so come on out and see what it's really about.”

The Disney event is part of a week-long area-wide Gay Pride celebration.