Two are charged with Plymouth affray and assault
TWO men are to appear before Plymouth magistrates on charges of affray and assault following an alleged homophobic attack in Mutley.
Anthony Bradford, of Connaught Avenue, in Mutley, has been charged with affray and assault occasioning actual bodily harm on October 6.
A 17-year-old – who cannot be named for legal reasons – is to appear alongside Bradford on similar charges.
Bradford, aged 23, will also face one charge of common assault relating to an incident on October 13.
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Their arrests followed an incident on Mutley Plain outside the Dog and Duck public house at around 3.10am on October 6.
The 19-year-old alleged victim told police he heard a person shouting "fag" and "batty boy" just before he was allegedly struck around the head, knocked to the ground and repeatedly kicked.
The alleged victim, a student, was left with a number of broken ribs following the incident.
Bradford and the teenager have both been released on bail to attend Plymouth magistrates court on February 13.