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First Slice 6/4/14: Man allegedly assaulted, called anti-gay slurs on Beltline's Eastside Trail

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Atlanta resident Quinn Alexander Chrzan was allegedly assaulted and called anti-gay slurs while riding his bicycle on the Atlanta Beltline's Eastside Trail. Chrzan, who says he isn't gay, tried snapping a photo of the man making those derogatory remarks. "He ended up stopping jogging and saw me and confronted me. He kept calling me faggot. I asked him not to use homophobic slurs and he pushed me off my bike into a wall. He just whaled on my face for like 15 or 20 seconds," Chrzan told Project Q Atlanta. Atlanta Police are currently searching for the alleged suspect.

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