How to change the default message when a branch is locked in bitbucket server

In Bitbucket server, Is it possible to remove the cartoon that shows up when a push is rejected because a branch is locked, the one showed below

 

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There's currently no way to disable the 'bouncer ASCII art' that is shown when a ref is rejected due to branch permissions. 

You can raise an suggestion on https://jira.atlassian.com/projects/BSERV to change this behaviour or make it configurable. 

May I ask why you need to disable it? 

 

Felix

Thaks Felix.

Some of my developers find the cartoon "offensive" (literal). I personally wouldn't use that word, but I understand that this cartoon might be too "cool", specially if it's late and you can't push because the branch is locked.

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