Messages which the man allegedly sent to the made-up boy are read aloud, with one of the hunters asking: 'You keep asking me how much I want for sex."Need to know how much you want." They've replied back, saying: "I don't know, we can discuss that when you get here."' He protests that he thought the person he was meeting would be 18, but is swiftly told: 'No, he said to you on a number of occasions he is 15. You came here to meet him for sex, mate.'He appears to ask to speak privately off camera but they reply: 'Never gonna happen.' As the suspect then takes out his phone, one of the hunters snatches it away from him, accusing him of trying to reset the device.When confronted by the group, the accused denied the accusations leveled against him but admitted he 'could get killed' because homosexuality is 'against his religion'.
Mature people, the elderly, are often left to be forgotten.
The comedian, Ricky Gervais, put this serious issue in the headlines by making the suggestion that people of maturity are often neglected, and indeed forgotten, by society because people simply do not want to be reminded of their own mortality.
Often, this will see older men relegated to the stands, or limited to their own 'specialised' floats.
It’s a bizarre occurrence because there's a certain arrogance in the idea that whilst you're young, you're never going to get 'old', despite the idea that getting old and growing mature is a simple, and unavoidable, fact of life.
'Justice Will Be Served' posed as a young boy on Grindr and filmed their encounter with the 45-year-old, who a mosque in Blackburn, Lancashire.
The man squirms as he is read messages which he allegedly sent to who he thought was the boy, but was in fact the paedophile hunters.
Young gay men, these days, have a lot more freedom than what Mature Gays have held, and as a result the queer community has blossomed into a diverse, and multi-faceted community.
Each facets of the queer community face their own unique challenges, and each sub-section within those communities have developed their own mechanisms, support groups, and ways to traverse the natural challenges of life.
Youth, in particular with young gay men, will sometimes bizarrely use the idea of being old as an insult.