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01:43 | 17th August 2017

News: UK

Wed 8 Sep, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


One youth kicked the victim, 51, to the ground causing him to break his arm as he hit the floor, which is believed to have happened at an area near Dukes Mound in the seaside cit

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A man was attacked by a gang of youths in the nations gay capital as he walked through a known gay cruising area of Brighton.

The man, who has not been named, was attacked by three teenagers in a hate crime related incident at roughly 1.30am on Friday.

One youth kicked the victim, 51, to the ground causing him to break his arm as he hit the floor, which is believed to have happened at an area near Dukes Mound in the seaside city.

According to BBC Sussex, Sussex police have asked the passers-by who helped the man on the Friday evening and have released a statement that the youths responsible for the homophobic attack are all believed to be in their mid to late teens and were wearing dark jeans hooded tops.


 

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