Former Welsh rugby player Gareth Thomas has been the victim of a hate crime assault in Cardiff city centre.
The rugby legend tweeted a video about the attack which happened on The Hayes in Cardiff at around 9pm on 16 November.
In the video, Thomas claims the assault was because of his sexuality - he came out as gay in 2009.
In the video posted on Twitter, the former Wales captain has visible scratches on his cheek and forehead.
Gareth Thomas, known as 'Alfie', thanked the police for allowing him to "do restorative justice with the people who did this".
In a statement, South Wales Police confirmed a local 16-year-old boy "was dealt with by way of Restorative Justice".
They say the teenager "admitted assault and was apologetic for his actions".
In what he called a "positive video," Alfie also thanked "the people of Cardiff" for their "support and help" following the assault.
LGBT charity Stomewall Cymru said the attack is "unacceptable."
Support poured in for the former Lions player from big names in the world of rugby.
Rugby referee Nigel Owens said Gareth is a 'brave man' but there's still a 'long way to go' to prevent hate crime in sports and society:
Sports stars from Wales also offered their support.