Gay Couple Teaches Violent Homophobe a Brilliant - Though Bloody - Lesson
A violent homophobe in New York City was made to seriously regret his choice of targets, the New York Daily News reports.
Daniel Lennox-Choate, 30, and his husband, Larry Lennox-Choate, made history when they became the first same-sex couple to marry at West Point in 2013. On Sunday, they were just picking up a few items in a SoHo bodega when a 40-year-old man came up to them and began yelling at the couple, police said, and then punched Daniel.
Daniel's husband, Larry, immediately came to his defense. Later, Larry recounted on Facebook: “He left covered in his own blood with his tail between his legs after I handled the situation and tossed him in the street like the coward loser he is.”
The attacker is still at large, and police are reportedly investigating the incident as a hate crime.
“We refuse to be victims and are thankful we can defend ourselves, but are saddened by the fact that idiots like this guy might not pick two guys who went through Plebe Boxing next time,” Larry Lennox-Choate said.