Police have discharged details of 3 men they require to talk to in connection with a violent homophobic attack in Birmingham.

Rob and Patrick, in their 30s, were outside the Missing Bar within the city’s Gay Village on Sunday.

West Midlands Police aforementioned homophobic abuse was loud at them and therefore the combine were molested with bottles.

Patrick was knocked unconscious within the attack and his partner suffered many deep cuts.

As they left Missing Bar, on Bromsgrove Street, Rob aforementioned he created a joke towards a gaggle of men during a automotive and that they loud homophobic slurs back.

Detectives aforementioned one in all them took Patrick’s phone as he tried to film them and one in all their feminine friends was dragged on by the SUV as she tried to urge it back.

The woman, in her 20s, suffered a foot injury.

Officers aforementioned the boys then attacked Rob and Patrick with bottles. Rob and Patrick required treatment in hospital for his or her injuries.

Rob aforementioned he regretted chasing once the cluster however added: “[The Gay Village] ought to be a secure space to be who you wish and not got to tolerate individuals yelling homophobic remarks at you.”

Sgt brandy Petford aforementioned the attack was “outrageous” and therefore the force resolve to search out the individuals accountable.

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