Six Flags Over Texas fires over Mexico team’s Mexican flag

Six Flags has been fined $10,000 by the U.S. Department of Justice for its Mexican flag design, according to a federal lawsuit.

The design includes a yellow, white and red flag of Mexico in the shape of a six-pointed star with a red border, according the lawsuit filed in federal court in Houston.

The Texas-based theme park operator was fined $5,000 and is ordered to create a new logo and display it at all Six Flags parks.

It was ordered to replace the design with one that is more “in keeping with the theme park’s trademark heritage and aesthetic.”

A federal law that protects American trademarks is not a blanket protection for American design.

In a statement issued Tuesday, Six Flags said it had reviewed the lawsuit and found no wrongdoing.

Six Flags was also ordered to immediately remove any Mexican flag signage from its parks.

The theme park was founded in 1956 and is now based in Scottsdale, Arizona.