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A 25-year-old man hurled anti-gay slurs and eggs at two FDNY medics in Upper Manhattan, authorities said Friday.
The alleged hate crime unfolded at the corner of Arden Street and Sherman Avenue in Fort George around 11:15 p.m. April 29, according to police and court papers.
Isaiha Mccourt allegedly threw numerous eggs at the pair of on-duty EMTs and yelled “f–king f—-ts” at them, the court docs say.
Two of the eggs hit one of the EMTs, who is 31, in the face, cops said.
Mccourt was arrested Thursday and charged with attempted assault as a hate crime and harassment, according to court papers.
A judge ordered Mccourt to be put on supervised release, according to the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office.
The FDNY did not immediately respond for comment.
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