Shocking moment a mother hurled vile homophobic abuse at gay couple who were kissing at a London bus stop and told them to only show affection 'behind closed doors'
- A woman hurled vile homophobic abuse at a gay couple kissing in London
- The women, who was with another female, pulled over to confront the men while her friend filmed the vile slurs
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This is the shocking moment a mother hurled disgusting homophobic abuse at a gay couple who were kissing at a London bus stop - telling the pair to keep their actions 'behind closed doors'.
The women, who was with a female friend in the front seat, pulled over to confront the men, while her friend filmed her vile slurs.
In the disturbing recording, one of the women is heard saying: 'You're not going to be kissing your little boyfriend on the street as my f*****g son might see you.
This is the shocking moment a mother hurled disgusting homophobic abuse at a gay couple who were kissing at a London bus stop - telling the pair to keep their actions 'behind closed doors'
She adds: 'You're not gonna do it. No, you're not. You can do that behind closed doors.'
One of the men then hit back and said: 'Do you think we're gonna stop now that you said?'
'Do what you want!' the women shouts back, 'but not where my son is gonna see.'
She concluded with: 'My son is not gonna grow up like you and to think it's right to get stabbed in the a**.'
The women then drive off whilst one screams: 'B***y boys'.
Rose Musgrove posted the video on Twitter. It has been viewed more than 188,000 times, has more than 2,300 likes and has been retweeted over 700 times.
One of the women says: 'You're not going to be kissing your little boyfriend on the street as my f*****g son might see you
She said: 'My best friend and his boyfriend were stopped by these women and verbally harassed for kissing at a bus stop in London.
'It scares me how backwards people are when we think we're making progress on being a more open and accepting country.'
It comes after figures released by the Home Office last week revealed that the number of homophobic hate crimes had more than tripled.
In 2012 to 2013, there were 4,241 hate crimes based on sexual orientation reported to police forces in the UK.
But in 2018 to 2019, this figure shot up to 14,491.
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Laura Russell, director at lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights charity Stonewall, said lesbian, gay, bi and transgender people face hatred because of 'who they are'.
She added: 'These figures are still likely to only represent the tip of the iceberg when it comes to hate crimes against LGBT people.'