A Ryanair flight attendant and her sweetheart were covered in blood after a gang of males presumably assaulted them on a London bus due to the fact that they declined to kiss.

Melania Geymonat, 28, was riding the bus with her American sweetheart Chris after a night out in West Hampstead, North West London, in the early hours of May 30.

However throughout the journey, she declared a gang of boys behind them saw they were a couple and began to require they kiss while making unrefined sexual gestures.

She stated: ‘The next thing I understand is I’m being punched. I got woozy at the sight of my blood and fell back. I do not keep in mind whether I passed out.’

Scotland Backyard today verified it was examining the ‘homophobic attack’ which saw a phone and bag taken throughout the attack on the N31 bus at 2.30 am.

Miss Geymonat included: ‘They desired us to kiss so they might see us. I attempted to pacify the scenario as I’m not a confrontational individual, informing them to please leave us alone as Chris wasn’t feeling well.’

The males, who remained in their 20s or 30s, started tossing things on the bus – which was taking a trip towards Camden – and the couple informed them to stop.

Both ladies were required to medical facility for treatment to facial injuries. Miss Geymonat stated among the guys spoke Spanish and the others had British accents.

‘ The next thing I keep in mind was Chris in the middle of them and they were beating her,’ included Ms Geymonat, who is initially from Uruguay now resides in the Essex town of Takeley.

‘ I didn’t consider it and entered. I was pulling her back and attempting to safeguard her so they began beating me up.

‘ I do not even understand if I was knocked unconscious. I felt blood, I was bleeding all over my clothing and all over the flooring. We went downstairs and the authorities existed.’

Miss Geymonat declares the set had actually chosen to sit at the front on the leading deck since they both delight in the novelty of a double decker bus.

However the journey ended up being far even worse than anticipated. She is now waiting to learn if her nose was broken in the repellent attack.

She stated there were at least 4 of them and one spoke Spanish while the others had a British accent. The assailants likewise supposedly robbed the couple prior to running away the bus.

Miss Geymonat, who relocated to the UK in February and is on a year’s sabbatical from her medical research studies, stated she had actually felt safe as a gay female in London.

However after being stunned by the attack, she launched the image to raise awareness of violence versus females and gay individuals.

Miss Geymonat included: ‘It’s not something separated, it prevails. We were viewed as home entertainment, that’s what makes me so upset.’

The flight attendant shared about her experiences on Wednesday in a Facebook post which has actually now brought in more than 3,700 remarks and 9,700 shares.

London Mayor Sadiq Khan tweeted: ‘This was a revolting, misogynistic attack. Dislike criminal activities versus the LGBT+ neighborhood will not be endured in London.’

She finished in 2015 as a physician at the Universidad de la República in Montevideo and had actually operated at the Medical facility de Clínicas Montevideo prior to transferring to the UK.

A Metropolitan Authorities representative stated: ‘Authorities are appealing for witnesses and info after 2 females were attacked and robbed in a homophobic attack on a bus in Camden.

‘ The event occurred at roughly 2.30 am on Might 30 after the 2 females, both aged in their 20s, boarded a N31 bus in West Hampstead.

‘ As they rested on the leading deck they were approached by a group of 4 males who started to make raunchy and homophobic remarks to them.

‘ The ladies were then assaulted and punched numerous times prior to the males ran the bus. A phone and bag were taken throughout the attack. Both females were required to health center for treatment to facial injuries.’

Siwan Hayward, director of compliance, policing and on-street services at Transportation for London, stated: ‘This sickening attack is entirely undesirable. Homophobic behaviour and abuse is a hate criminal offense and will not be endured on our network.

‘ All of our clients can take a trip without worry of spoken or physical attack and we are dealing with the authorities to mark out this behaviour on our transportation network. We will do all we can to support the authorities examination of this event.’