At today's burial of LGBT activist David Kato, who was murdered in his home on Wednesday, the pastor conducting the ceremony lashed out against homosexuality, causing a fight to break out, and then villagers refused to bury Kato's body.
His friends had to go and bury the body themselves.
This is the respect gay people get now in Uganda. They can't even be buried peacefully.
During the funeral — which was attended by about 300 people, including about 100 members of the country's gay community — the pastor lashed out at homosexuality, provoking a strong reaction from friends of Kato.
"The world has gone crazy," the pastor told the congregation through a microphone.
"People are turning away from the scriptures. They should turn back, they should abandon what they are doing. You cannot start admiring a fellow man."
Gay activists, wearing T-shirts featuring Kato's face with sleeves coloured with the gay pride flag, then stormed the pulpit and grabbed the microphone.
"It is ungodly," the pastor shouted, before being blocked from sight.
"ONLY GOD CAN JUDGE US"
An unidentified female activist then began to shout from the pulpit.
"Who are you to judge others?" she shouted. "We have not come to fight. You are not the judge of us. As long as he's gone to God his creator, who are we to judge Kato?"
Locals intervened on the side of the pastor and scuffles broke out before he was taken away to Kato's father's house to calm the situation.
Villagers then refused to bury the body at which point a group of Kato's friends, most of whom were gay, carried his coffin to the grave and buried it themselves.
iO Africasia News adds, on the scuffle: "Police moved in to quell the melee and whisked away the priest. An excommunicated priest then wound up the ceremony attended by around 200 people, including US deputy head of mission Virginia Blaser."
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