Lunchbox went to a bar last weekend in his princess dress after losing his March Madness bet to Amy and was not allowed in because of it. 

Here's the letter he wrote in protest of the bar:

Dear Mr. Owner, or To Whom It May Concern:

My name is Lunchbox, and I am a nationally-syndicated radio personality. On the weekends, I am a frequent patron of bars around town, and I am a regular at your bar. I have been to your bar numerous times and have been allowed into the establishment without any problems, but my experience this past weekend was much different.

On Friday, April 5, I, unfortunately, lost a bet at work. As a result of that losing effort, I was required to wear a dress for a full day. I was not going to let that stop me from having a great time with my friends over the weekend. I decided that even though it was not my normal attire, I could return to your establishment without any problems because I had been there previously without any issues. When I reached the front door on Friday night, I was told by the door attendant, "You’re not coming in here."

I feel extremely discriminated against, and this has negatively impacted me and my desire to return to your bar. Would your door attendant have refused service to someone who chose to dress as a member of the opposite gender as a lifestyle choice? Where does your door man draw the line? Is it based on his ability to discern a male from a female and what he deems appropriate for that person to wear? That is straddling a fine line of hate and discrimination.

Unless I receive clarification and a very clear description of how this situation has been remedied, I will not be returning to your bar, and your establishment will no longer receive a portion of my paycheck. If you would like to discuss this situation further, please contact me at (insert phone number). I can also be reached via e-mail at (insert e-mail address). Thank you for your time and consideration in reading over my concerns. I look forward to your prompt response.