Two men taken to hospital in alleged homophobic attack in Brooklyn

The two men were treated for a fractured shoulder and fractured finger


Two men were attacked in an alleged homophobic attack in Brooklyn.

The two men were approached by a man who made homophobic comments towards them and then proceeded to attack them, WABC-TV reported.

The attacker punched one of the men in the face and threw second man against a tree. Both victims were taken to hospital after falling unconscious.

One of the men was treated for a fractured shoulder and the other for a fractured finger. Luckily both men are expected to recover from the incident.

New York Police are now seeking information about the attacker – who managed to flee from the scene.