“A British Justice team will come… & give you a bit of drama… Say No to heterophobia!” said Griffin in a post.

After the gay couple from Brampton, Cambridgeshire, found out that they had won their high-profile case against a bed and breakfast owner that wouldn’t let them stay in the same bed, due to the fact they were gay. Michael Black, 64, and John Morgan, 59, were ecstatic about the result, which saw them rewarded with £3,600 in damages. The couple said that they would donate the damages to charity.

However, their celebrations have been put on hold after Griffin released their address and provoked the public to demonstrate outside the couple’s house.

His first Twitter post included: “If anyone can give us address of the 2 bullying ‘gay’ activists who’ve won case v Christian B&B owners, we’ll hold demo … for rights of all home owners, gays included, to rent or not rent rooms to whomsoever they wish.”

Users have fought back against Griffin and said he is in breach of the Communications Act 2003 and that his posts could be considered hate crime.

Stonewall, the gay rights campaign group, said to The Guardian newpaper: “This is beyond words unbelievably shocking. It is a real example of the hatred still out there towards gay people. We assume the couple concerned will make immediate contact with the police to guarantee their safety.”

Griffin Tweeted again:

“Why don’t left & gay activists confront Muslims instead of picking on meek & forgiving Christians? Bullies are always cowards!”

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