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A 38-year-old woman has been arrested after homophobic abuse was shouted at people taking part in a Pride march. Footage posted on social media showed a woman wearing a black niqab repeatedly shouting "shame on you" at participants as they passed, one of whom was wearing a rainbow LGBT flag. In the video, taken during the event in Waltham Forest, east London, she could be heard shouting: "God created Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve. "Shame on you, shame on all of you. "Shame on you, you despicable people. Shame on you, you shameless people." The Metropolitan Police's Waltham Forest Twitter account said on Monday: "Officers investigating footage circulating on social media of abuse directed at those taking part in a Pride event in Waltham Forest have arrested a 38-year-old woman under section 4a of the Public Order Act. She has been taken into custody at a north London police station." @GalopUK @stonewalluk
The pictures presentations a girl in a black niqab shouting ‘shame on you’ (Picture: @GalopUK/@stonewalluk/Twitter)

A 38-year-old girl has been arrested after homophobic abuse was once hurled at folks participating in a Pride march.

Footage shared on social media confirmed a girl in a black niqab many times shouting ‘shame on you’ at passing individuals, one of whom was once dressed in a rainbow flag.

In the video taken on Saturday in Waltham Forest, east , the lady may also be heard quoting , shouting: ‘God created Adam and Eve, no longer Adam and Steve.

‘Shame on you, you despicable people. Shame on you, you shameless people.’

Despite the abuse, one of the sufferers replies: ‘We still love you, you will not shame me,’ as a steward in a yellow vest tries to split them,

The Metropolitan Police’s Waltham Forest Twitter account posted: ‘Officers investigating pictures circulating on social media of abuse directed at the ones participating in a Pride match in Waltham Forest have arrested a 38-year-old girl beneath phase 4a of the Public Order Act.

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‘She has been taken into custody at a north London police station.’

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