Mobile phone footage has been released of a man police would like to speak to following an incident where homophobic abuse was hurled at a couple in Westminster.
The footage has been released by the police following the incident at Charing Cross.
Two men, aged 28 and 26, were holding hands walking down Villiers Street when they were approached by a man yelling homophobic insults at them.
The man continued to shout at them as they carried on walking west along the Jubilee footbridge towards Lambeth.
Detectives in Westminster said the "shocking" incident which happened in the summer "has left both victims very distressed."
Police said they were called shortly after 2am on Saturday (August 13) to reports of verbal abuse in Villiers Street, Charing Cross.
The suspect has been described as a slim white man in his early 30s who was wearing a black top, dark hooded jumper, jeans and trainers, at the time of the incident.
Police Constable Emma Rogers, from Westminster CID, said: "This is a shocking incident that has left both victims very distressed.
"We are keen to identify the man in the footage so we can speak to them about the incident.
"We would also urge anyone who witnessed the incident to contact us."
Anyone with information or any witnesses are urged to call police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
No arrests have been made and enquiries continue.
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