Two men were beaten up Friday night at the Fremont BART station after reportedly making fun of their attackers for being deaf, the Argus reports.
The incident occurred at around 11:25 p.m. at the south end of the west plaza when one of the suspects asked the two victims for a cigarette. Despite having cigarettes clearly visible, the victims denied having any and an argument ensued, according to the Argus.
During the argument, the victims mocked the suspects — a group of three or four men — for being deaf, which turned the argument into a physical altercation, the Argus reports.
One of the victims was kicked and punched; the other was thrown into a bike rack and suffered a cut to his forehead.
The suspects, described as white males of about 20 to 25 years old and standing over 6-feet tall and, left the area in a white SUV.