Police are probing a gang attack involving homophobic comments near McDonald’s in Dundee.
The attack took place at around 3am on Friday the branch in Reform Street.
Police say a group of three men were approached by another group of men, and assaulted in an unprovoked attack. They were also subjected to homophobic abuse. All three suffered minor injuries which required hospital treatment.
A police statement said: “Officers would like to trace four men, all described as white and in their early 20s.
“The first is described as being of large build with dark hair, wearing a white top, black jacket, dark trousers and dark shoes.
“The second is tall with dark hair, wearing a dark jacket, white shorts and black shoes. The third is slim, wearing a black short sleeve shirt, black trousers and white shoes.
“Finally, the fourth is described only as wearing all-black clothing.
“CCTV has shown this group walk away along High Street to the taxi rank opposite Union Street, where they got in a white taxi, possibly a Dacia.
“Anyone with any information should contact Police Scotland on 101, quoting CR/19905/18, or speak to any police officers.
“Alternatively if you have any information about the incident you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers 100% anonymously on 0800 555 111 or via their Anonymous Online Form at crimestoppers-uk.org.”