5 Women Jump Gay Men On Train
A gay man and his boo allegedly had the snot beat out of them by five women on a southbound number 2 train in Manhattan, New York on Monday night!
One of the women took a picture of he and his partner and then started teasing them that is when the rest of the gang joined in, words were exchanged and the man’s dome was split on the train.
Of course no one helped the gay man except his partner who got two pieced as well the ladies sent them running their lives from the train!
The suspects have not been caught.
A 23-year-old gay man was attacked on a Manhattan subway as a crowd of straphangers failed to help.
Urena Morel Frankelly and his partner were on a southbound No. 2 train Monday night when a woman took a picture of them eating and her friend called them names.
“Why you taking a picture?” the victim asked.
“Feed you face, f—–” the suspect shouted back. Another woman with her chimed in, apparently asking the partner: “Why you with that f—–?”
An argument erupted, and the two women, joined by three others plus a man, attacked Frankelly, police said.
His partner tried to intervene, but the victim was repeatedly punched.
The pair managed to get off the train at the next stop, West 96th St., and police were called.
The victim’s left eye was swollen shut, with a cut above the socket. He was treated at St. Luke’s Hospital.
He refused comment.
“Everyone was watching — no one helped us. That was a very scary situation for us,” the partner said.
“Right now we’d just prefer to be alone.”
A short time later, detectives from the Hate Crime Task Force showed up at their Manhattan apartment to interview them.
No arrests have made been made.
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A hate crime is a category used to describe bias-motivated violence: “assault, injury, and murder on the basis of certain personal characteristics: different appearance, different color, different nationality, different language, different religion.”
“Hate crime” generally refers to criminal acts that are seen to have been motivated by bias against one or more of the types above, or of their derivatives. Incidents may involve physical assault, damage to property, bullying, harassment, verbal abuse or insults, or offensive graffiti or letters (hate mail).
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