WATCH: Bullying attitudes of the "Yes" side continues even on university campus.
Posted by Friends of Marriage on Friday, 15 September 2017
Students have been attacked by same-sex marriage protesters at the University of Sydney after trying to engage students, one on one, about why it was “ok to vote ‘no’”.
Police were called to Camperdown around 12.30 after an “It’s ok to vote ‘no’” stall that was encircled by protesters around midday.
One person was lunged at and others were smeared with hummus and opened condoms, while another was kicked in the shins as he resisted repeated attempts to steal his “It’s ok to vote ‘no’” sign.
Chants of “bigots” were peppered with derogatory references.
The stall occupiers was also doused in a foreign substance, containing glitter, which was poured on theirs head and down the back of his shirt.No arrests were made. Share