Six Flags apologizes to Marine Mario Alejandro, who was turned away from park

Marine turned away from theme park for 'offensive' shirt

Alejandro, who served two tours in Iraq, says he bought the shirt to support reconfoundation.org, a veterans group.

A man who was denied access to Six Flags Great Adventure because of a slogan on his T-shirt has received an apology from the theme park.

The shirt had the outline of a gun and read, "Keep Calm and Return Fire." It was purchased by Marine Mario Alejandro to support a charitable organization.

A statement was issued today by Six Flags Great Adventure. It reads, "Mr. Alejandro accepted our...

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Mario Alejandro Marine turned away from park for 'offensive' shirt