As the victims were walking and passed a group of men and women on Victoria road of London, two men of the group approximately beated a gay teen of 21 and his friend near a KFC in Surbiton London for wearing tutus. The two victims came earlier of this week forward. Police have arrested two men in the connection to a violent anti-gay attack, that came in place last saturday November the first. It happend on saturday around 1am, the two men subjected the two guys coldhanded with homophobic abuse.
The 21 year old Robbie Kingford was beaten to a pulp and was the one who needed hospital treatment. He was punched, kicked and stamped on by the two men who attacked him when he was trying to help his 18 year old friend. Police have confirmed that the two men have been arrested, they are 26 years old and in custody, and are under the suspiscion of causing grievous bodily harm and common assault.
In the standard Robbie’s father gave a interview and told what he thought about the incident: “When I saw his injuries in the flesh I was horrified. He was beaten to a pulp. No father should have to see his son like that,
I’m horrified there are still people out there who are homophobic. What’s more they were the ones dressed as pink fairies. What can you say about that?”
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