Gay cyclist shuts down hate preacher on busy Glasgow street

A gay cyclist received a resounding round of applause after he confronted a homophobic street preacher on a busy Glasgow street.

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The preacher was yelling angrily about the need for “the 99 per cent need to stand up to one per cent who are gay” while clutching a bible on a busy shopping street.

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But a passing cyclist taking offence to the message confronted him by responding: “I’m gay, I’m gay, say that to me”.

Shoppers on Glasgow‘s busy Buchanan Street looked on in surprise as the preacher said: “God still loves you”.

But the witty cyclist responded by saying: “I love me — I don’t need a god to do it.”

And his unexpected response received a cheers and applause from bemused onlookers, reports.

Photo by Benson Kua [CC BY-SA 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons

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