Mischievous teens steal student’s cell phone and text victim’s mom ‘I’m gay’By Mason White 10:33 AM October 30, 2014
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By: Wayne Morin
A young teen was humiliated when he was beaten and robbed in public.
The 16-year-old boy of Washington, was attacked by four men while he was standing at a bus stop.
The suspects stole his cell phone and then used it to text the victim’s mother. In the text, the suspects wrote: “I’m gay and you know that.”
According to the police report, the incident took place in Seattle. The victim was looking down at his phone while waiting for the bus when he was punched in the face.
According to reports, the attackers ran away after a passerby tried to intervene and help the victim, but not before stealing the teen’s phone and backpack.
When the teen finally came home, his mother confronted him and asked him about the text message.
The victim, who suffered a cut on his face and a toothache, told police that he recognized one of his assailants as a former classmate, but he does not know the other guys who jumped him.
Police are still looking for the suspects and for the stolen items.