Nikki Haley, current U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations and former anti-same-sex marriage governor of South Carolina, was apparently booed while leaving an NYC restaurant in the middle of the Gay Pride Parade on Sunday. Haley, who in June 2010 declared that "marriage is between one man and one woman," seems upset about the incident:

Haley's record on LGBTQ rights has been spotty, at best. Though as U.N. Ambassador she has spoken out about the violent persecution and murder of gay people in Chechnya, in addition to declaring that marriage should be for heterosexual couples, in November 2013, she opposed a federal lawsuit challenging a ban on gay marriage in South Carolina's state constitution. And as Twitter commentariat pointed out over the weekend, she is part of a presidential administration that has threatened to overturn protections for LGBTQ Americans:

Haley didn't say which restaurant she and her son were dining at when the alleged heckles occurred, but she posted a photo to Instagram of her and some folks in the West Village as they "took on" the Pride Parade. As you can see from the comments, that adversarial language didn't exactly endear her to the LGBTQ population celebrating Pride:

Meanwhile, a fellow diner says Haley's reaction is overblown:

We reached out to Harris for additional comment and will update if we hear back.