Two former RuPaul's Drag Race stars have been targeted with homophobic abuse in Newcastle.
Season 9 contestants Farah Moan and Shea Couleé claim they were confronted in a kebab shop by two women who called them "faggots" following a performance in the city.
Footage of the incident posted by one of the women to Snapchat shows 24-year-old Farah, real name Cameron Clayton, appearing to defend the pair, who were out of drag at the time.
The US performer can be heard telling the women: "We’re touring the world being gay while you’re living in Newcastle with your crusty ass eyelashes".
One of the women then tells Farah she's a "walking STD", and asking: "Why are you so gay?"
Farah later took to Twitter to comment on the incident, writing: "I didn't maintain my classiness to well in the video..."
She continued: "I was drunk as hell and some lil girl came up to Shea and I with her phone calling us faggots, walking stds cuz my hair was pink and I guess she was white girl wasted."
Farah, who became the seventh queen to be eliminated from season 9 of Drag Race last year, added that she had nothing but love for Newcastle itself.
"so I didnt wanna bring attention to the negativity that happened to me and shea last night in Newcastle at a kebab shop but the vid is spreading," she wrote.
"No need to apologize on behalf of the city- our show was amazing and theres homophobic twats all over the world. Love you guys!"