North Carolina attracted some controversy when they passed HB2. It allows businesses to deny services to certain people if they feel it contradicts their religious beliefs. This includes LGBTQ people.
Daily Show host Trevor Noah sent some of his correspondents to North Carolina to test out this bill. Two men posing as food truck workers refused to serve customers who they thought were gay. The customers were not pleased. Whether it was because of someone else deciding their sexuality or being refused service based on that factor, North Carolinians were not having it with this bill.
But the social experiment was all in good fun. After letting the hungry customers in on the joke, the faux food truckers offered free grub to their prank victims.
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