Gay rugby player left in intensive care after brutal homophobic attack
A gay rugby player was hospitalised after a brutal homophobic gang attack.
Jonathan Castellari was picking up breakfast in Buenos Aires with his friend Sebastien when a group of eight drunk men approached them and began to mock them.
According to Sebastien, the attack took place last week at a McDonald’s around 6am after the two friends decided to get away from the gang.
When Castellari walked out, he was grabbed by one of them and repeatedly punched by the others. Sebastian reportedly tried to pull Castellari away but was also attacked.
According to reports, the men shouted gay slurs during the attack and Sebastian called the police twice but they never arrived. After the gang left, Castellari was taken to intensive care.
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