Watch: Gay couple violently attacked for holding hands in public

Joseph McCormick July 24, 2015
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A shocking video shows the shocking reaction of a group of neo-Nazis to a gay couple holding hands in public.Beware – this article contains images some may find disturbing


The video, shot in Kiev, shows Zoryan Kis and Tymur Levchuk holding hands in the Ukrainian capital, in order to gauge the response from the public.

ChebuRussia TV of YouTube previously decided to conduct a social experiment to see what would happen when two men holding hands walked through the streets of Moscow, Russia.

Similar to the Kiev video, the footage was captured by a third member walking in front of them with a camera hidden in his bag, and the shocking video since went viral.


The first part of the experiment shows no extreme reactions other than some funny looks, and one group of women actually just want to have their photo taken with the couple.

One of the women follows Kis and Levchuk, saying she had never seen a gay couple before.

Then the couple, saying they want to be “more provocative”, sit down on a park bench with Levchuk on Kis’ lap.



One woman just wanted to have her photo taken with the couple

The couple are shortly approached by a group of neo-Nazis, who first ask if they are patriots.


They then realised the men were waiting for a police patrol to pass, and as soon as they do, the couple are attacked with pepper spray and beaten.



One of the men tell the couple: “You’re in trouble”.


The men are sprayed in the face with pepper spray

Another says: “It looks like they’re fucking mistaking this place for America.”

Despite the violent attack, the couple say in the video that they see the overall lack of reaction as a “step forward”.

Watch the video below – beware it contains images some may find disturbing

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