Student beaten up in 'homophobic' attack
A teenager was left with two broken ribs in what police suspect was a homophobic attack.
The 19-year-old student has told police he was near the Dog and Duck public house in Mutley Plain, Plymouth, at about 3.10am on October 6 when he heard a man shouting homophobic slang words just before he was struck violently around the head.
The student and his friend had just left the pub and were standing in a doorway when the attack was launched.
He was later taken to Derriford Hospital where he was treated for two broken ribs along with severe bruising to his face following the attack.
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