Became known the details of the brawl between 2 students of musical College named after Tchaikovsky. The collision occurred just because a freshman was repeatedly slandered own an older friend in homosexuality.
At the musical College of Tchaikovsky broke out the real drama - the pianist decided to call its own Junior colleague in the fight to protect their own honor. It turns out the freshman Igor staged a 19-year-old boy bullied on social media and accused him of homosexual passions.
Freshman-pianist, expelled a few weeks earlier, brought to the Institute documents the restoration. In the locker room a couple of times struck 19-year-old student of the University branch of the "Piano". The organizer of fight - Igor - purposely waited until freshman 17-year-old Glory will come to the Institute to deal with it is to stay other students, reports LifeNews. After the fight was stopped by the teacher the student of the University decided to finish what I started and caught up with their own abuser in the street.
According to the version of Igor, his younger comrade periodically provoked him and made real bullying through social networks and anonymous calls. After all this the young man had already opened in the presence of fellow students accused him to homosexuality.
"First, I have received some threats and insults via telephone from an unknown number. Later it reemerged in social networks. Glory a couple of times called me gay, and it saw my friends," - said Igor. "And when I saw him at the Institute, we simply could not help it. The fight I remember vaguely, for received a head injury", he added.
In respect of the attackers was initiated criminal proceedings under article "Beating", the guy is under house arrest. His opponent also injured in the result of the brawl - music management Institute denied to restore the shrew freshman and to admit him to the practice.
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