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WorldLondon police arrest 5th suspect in attack on lesbian couple

13:45  08 june  2019
13:45  08 june  2019 Source:   msn.com

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London police announced Friday they arrested four people suspected of assaulting and robbing a lesbian couple on a bus in what authorities are calling a "disgusting" hate crime. Authorities said in a press release that the men arrested were between the ages of 15 and 18, and were taken to separate

The Metropolitan Police said five people, including four teenagers, were arrested after two women reported being assaulted, harassed and robbed on a bus by men who had tried to make the couple kiss. One victim described the attack in a Facebook post and in an interview with BBC Radio 4

London police arrest 5th suspect in attack on lesbian couple © 2019 John keeble LONDON, ENGLAND - JANUARY 28: A general view of the Bank of England with a London bus with an advertising billboard saying 'Banking but Better' and a Police van passing by on a clear sunny day on January 28, 2019 in London, England. (Photo by John Keeble/Getty Images) LONDON — Police in London have arrested a fifth suspect on suspicion of punching two women on a bus because they are lesbians.

Authorities didn't identify the victims in the May 30 attack. But Melania Geymonat posted an image on her Facebook page showing her bloodied face and that of her girlfriend's.

Geymonat said in the post that they were on the upper deck of the bus when a gang of "hooligans" demanded that they kiss. The women tried to reason with them, but the incident escalated.

Police said Saturday all of suspects are between 15 and 18 years old.

Detective Superintendent Andy Cox says that while attacks like this are rare on London buses, extra uniformed and plain clothes officers will be out on patrol this weekend to offer reassurance.

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