Protester Interrupts Supreme Court Arguments on Gay Marriage

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A protester holds a sign against same sex marriage in front of the Supreme Court before the court hears arguments about gay marriage in Washington April 28, 2015. Joshua Roberts/Reuters

Updated | A man was removed from the United States Supreme Court by security after he loudly interrupted arguments being heard by the Justices in Obergefell v. Hodges, a case about the legality of gay marriage.

The details of what the man shouted are not known at this time, according to public information officer Kathy Arberg. However, according to Reuters, the man said, "If you support gay marriage, you will burn in hell."

A protestor disrupted the Supreme Court today. "If you support gay marriage, you will burn in hell," he said, @lawrencehurley reports.

— David Ingram (@David_Ingram) April 28, 2015

Ryan J. Reilly of the Huffington Post captured video of security moving in to remove the man.

Security scrambles in at SCOTUS pic.twitter.com/fhULfwu9lk

— Ryan J. Reilly (@ryanjreilly) April 28, 2015

Attorney Eric Citron wrote on SCOTUSblog, "A protestor has just been removed from the Courtroom — it came immediately after the petitioner's argument. Hard to hear what he's saying, and he's been removed."

The supreme court's artist drawing a scene from today's oral argument pic.twitter.com/810Cjj9r0l

— Liz Goodwin (@lizcgoodwin) April 28, 2015