(FOX NEWS) – A star high school wrestler was stripped of his scholarship from California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly) after a video captured him yelling a homophobic slur during a protest last month.
Bronson Harmon, who recently graduated from Oakdale High School, was seen in a video walking with his father, Todd Harmon, and another man carrying signs supporting President Trump during the Families Belong Together in Modesto, Calif., on June 30, The Tribune reported.
The younger Harmon was captured putting up his middle finger to a person filming and yelling "F--- you, f-----." The video also showed Todd Harmon saying, "Send their a—es back!"
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Abdul Lasaing, who recorded the men during the protest, told the Tribune he was afraid Todd Harmon was looking for a fight because he was wearing gloves.
"They scared families with small children, which I find very wrong," Lasaing said. "And all the racist and homophobic slurs were very disrespectful."