SO GAY: It’s Now ‘Homophobic’ To Say Someone Is Scared Of …

Published on July 31, 2015

The gaystapo is in full force.

A police officer has been accused of homophobia after telling a gay colleague he “screamed like a little girl” when he had a spider flicked at him.

Sergeant Mark Goodenough of London’s Metropolitan Police teased junior colleague PC Aaron Prayter after he allegedly screamed in a high pitched voice when a spider went flying through the air.

Prayter, who is an outspoken campaigner on gay rights, did not see the funny side and complained to senior officers he felt “angry and embarrassed” – although he did admit to having previously described himself as a “screaming queen”.

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Sergeant Goodenough is now appearing before a misconduct panel over his comments, and could even face dismissal if they rule against him. He also faces allegations he referred an “HIV diet” in reference to Prayter’s slim build, and said “what a gay” about someone who complained about hurting their finger.

Read more: Breitbart


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