Sydney Drag Queens Save Man From Being Bashed

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Sydney drag queens Coco Jumbo, Ivy League and Vybe have been hailed heroes by IT project manager, Ivan Flinn who was attacked on Oxford Street in Sydney while on a night out.

Speaking with journalist Benedict Brook from, Flinn explained “I really thought I was going to die, I was praying for a hero and I got three angels,”

Flinn attackers verbally abused him at a Kabab store before turning physically violent.

“I really thought I was going to die that night… they saved my life.”

The report quotes Ivy League describing the altercation: “I said, ‘you want to pick on little guys, you’ll need to fight the big freak. I’m a man underneath all of this, so let’s go.”

The drag queens who were at the same kabab shop enjoying an after work kebab. Didn’t hesitate in standing up physically to defend Flinn.

“A guy pushed Ivy so I picked him up and threw him into the gutter.” Coco Jumbo explained. “I don’t think they knew what they were getting themselves into. I used to play rugby league.”

The attack that took place earlier this month is currently being investigated by NSW police.

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