Afghan Migrants Beat Gay Man with Fists, Tables and Chairs at Swedish Migrant Center
A gay man was beaten with fists, tables and chairs at a migrant asylum home in in Sweden this week.
The gay man was living with his boyfriend at the center. When the man sat at the wrong table in the dining hall at least 10 Afghan migrants beat the gay man with fists, tables and chairs.
The staff was forced to rescue the gay man who was being hit with chairs as he lay on the floor.
The gay man lived with his boyfriend at the asylum home Westsura manor, which was LGBTQ certified by RFSL and had a special department for LGBTQ people, some twenty individuals who lived in their own barracks but who shared dining with other residents. It was in the dining room that a conflict arose about where the man and his boyfriend were allowed to sit, which led to the man being jumped by about fifteen Afghans who joined him with fists.
– It’s like twenty rockets were lit. The entire dining room was coming. They charge over tables and chairs. It was like a rush to him. Their only goal was NN, they attacked no one else. They lacked him, one of the staff in questioning tells.
According to the staff’s directives, they would back in situations like this, but when chairs began to be used to beat the man who was now lying on the floor, they defied the regulations and managed to get rid of the injured man. After the incident, the Swedish Migration Board was forced to hire a security company for ten days to maintain the order of the accommodation.