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Gay Leeds man knocked unconscious in homophobic attack

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  1. Poor chap. How many of us have been there? Lets hope they catch them.

  2. An acquaintance of mine said a while ago that there was nothing left for LGBT activists to do in this country.
    What naivety!

  3. There’s something a bit odd about this. I saw the TV report and considering what happened there were no descriptions of the attackers. Nothing at all.
    He is extremely camp but would that really cause him to be attacked so many times?
    There are lots of Muslims in that area, perhaps that’s why they daren’t issue a description.

  4. I would put money on the fact that Jeremy has hit the nail on the head, and this is the reason that no discriptions have been issued.
    Hope you get over this and the scum are brought to justice

  5. “There are lots of Muslims in that area, perhaps that’s why they daren’t issue a description.”

    Issued by The D.o B.B.O.

    The Department of the Blindingly Bleedin’ Obvious.

  6. BouncerMan in Black 4 Aug 2010, 3:56am

    He finished work and got a taxi home …… and then walked a SHORT disstance to his dads house!

    That is the bit that I find very strange! When I get a taxi home – It drops me outside my home; I don’t pay for a personal transport service that then requires me to walk ‘a distance’. Is there a part of this story ommitted for some strange reason??????

    1. Is It true all bouncers are sadistic with small penises?

  7. Dolly Knockers 4 Aug 2010, 9:45am

    It doesn’t matter if he is camp, it doesn’t matter if his cab dropped him ‘a short distance’ from his home. Neither of these points justify this crime of violence. Why no description of attackers? Who can answer that? It’s hard to believe we are living in a civilized country in 2010 and not the dark ages.

  8. Yeah, why no description of the attackers?

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