Four men could be charged with a hate crime after being accused of attacking two men and shouting anti-gay slurs following Miami Beach's gay pride parade.
The suspects surrendered to police Tuesday afternoon, after surveillance video captured them punching two men in the face and knocking them to the ground. The beating left the victims with multiple cuts and bruises. One of the men was briefly knocked out, an arrest report said.
The victims told investigators they were holding hands after leaving a bathroom area along the city's busy Ocean Drive on Sunday when the men approached, calling them an anti-gay slur in Spanish and attacking them physically.