Melania Geymonat and Christine Hannigan were targeted by a group of teenagers while on the top deck of a bus at 2. A teenager who admitted targeting a lesbian couple on a bus in London after they refused to perform sex acts has been given a referral order. CCTV of the incident showed the pair were surrounded, hit with coins, punched in the face several times and subjected to sexual gestures while travelling on the top deck of the N31 bus in north London. The boy from Wandsworth, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was sentenced to an eight-month youth referral order and 12 hour' reparation at Wimbledon Magistrates Court today for two counts of harassment, theft, and handling stolen goods. They admitted harassment under the Public Order Act. The year-old sentenced today also admitted a second charge of harassment, theft and handling stolen goods. Ms Hannigan said they were physically cornered by the teenagers and were "harassed because of who we were". The court heard Ms Hannigan and Ms Geymonat were returning from a date when the teenagers surrounded them. When asked whether the teenagers were being aggressive or annoying, Ms Hannigan replied: "I think they were being both.
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Four teenagers have been arrested over a homophobic attack on a lesbian couple after they refused to kiss while travelling on a London night bus. The four males, aged between 15 and 18 years old, were arrested today on suspicion of aggravated GBH and robbery. They have been taken to police stations for questioning, Scotland Yard said.
Melania Ramirez and Christine Hannigan were pelted with coins and punched in the face several times in the attack on a bus in London earlier this year. A year-old boy who admitted targeting a lesbian couple on a bus in London by pelting them with coins after they refused to perform sex acts has walked free from court with a referral order. Christine Hannigan and Melania Ramirez were approached by a trio of teenage boys on their early morning bus ride home through the city.
These are external links and will open in a new window. Four teenagers have been charged with a homophobic attack against two women who refused to kiss on a London night bus. The attack on Melania Geymonat and her date Chris happened on the top deck of the bus as they were travelling to Camden Town on 30 May. The boys, aged between 15 and 17, have all been charged with an aggravated hate crime and will appear at Highbury Corner Youth Court on 21 August. Speaking about the attack, Ms Geymonet said her assailants spoke about "really aggressive stuff, things about sexual positions, lesbians and claiming we could kiss so they could watch us".