Last Sept. 11, 2014, 2 gay men were brutally attacked around 10:45 PM at the Center City district of Philadelphia. The assailants were described in a PhiladelphiaPolice publicized surveillance video as "clean-cut and well-dressed."
Well, this group composed of 10-12 white male & females sure failed big-time when they proudly posed for the camera. Unless they didn't know this photo would be shared on social media. Or, they probably don't know social media; after all, they're just in their early twenties.
Few days after the incident, a Twitter used named @GreggyBennett tweeted a photo of the same group of people found in the surveillance video only this time, they were having fun at a resto. This deed of Bennett quickly spread around the social media.
He also confirmed that a friend of a friend of a friend saw his earlier tweet about the incident and sent him the photo.
But Twitter users were not contented. Another Twitter user named @FanSince09 retweeted Bennett's photo and many have said it was taken at La Viola, a restaurant at 16th Street where according to police reports, the group were last seen. After thorough research, @FanSince09 confirmed that it was indeed at La Viola.
And yes, Philly Police acknowledged positively:
With a caution:
And oh, before we almost forget, NBC10 sources also discovered that the suspects were from Archbishop Wood Catholic High School. Of course, the school has something to say:
So we have 3 things concluded here dear readers:
1 – it is not good to bully or attack others
2 - education does not guarantee anything when it comes to breeding and etiquette
3 – YOU WILL GET CAUGHT.