A RUGBY participant in Argentina suffered an horrendous homophobic assault which left him hospitalised with a fractured eye.
Jonathan Castellari was shopping for breakfast after we was jumped by seven males and savagely crushed up.
The participant is a member of Ciervos Pampas Rugby Membership, an organisation that goals to combat discrimination in opposition to homophobia.
In line with Marca, Castellari was with a pal on the time when the group of males began hurling insults in his route.
He was then on the receiving finish of beatings as photos present him with a badly swollen eye and blood splattered on his shirt.
An announcement from LGBT (lesbian, homosexual, bisexual and transgender) rights in Argentina learn: “From the Argentina LGBT Federation we’re already accompanying them throughout this horrible second and doing every part in our energy to make sure that the justice system responds shortly and finds these accountable.”
Lifelong pal Agustina Vivero uploaded an image of Castellari to Twitter alongside the caption: “Right this moment at 6am, a gaggle attacked my pal to inside an inch of his life, shouting ‘F****t” and “F****** f****t’.
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“It came just days after we were celebrating Gay Pride.
“He doesn’t know how many stitches he will need and they need to operate after a fracture in some part of his eye. Everything hurts.”
In a separate tweet Vivero added: “Discrimination at work, bullying at school, going out on the street in fear of being beaten, just for loving someone of the same sex.”