The woman and her family are outraged, as are LGBTQ+ activists, and they're demanding an apology.
A Madrid man changed his story on Wednesday. However, protests organized due to the original alleged attack went on as planned.
A protest is planned for Saturday in response to this and other recent anti-LGBTQ+ crimes.
The advertisement, the groups say, promotes homophobia and mocks effeminate men.
Edgar Aragall was hospitalized after a homophobic woman attacked him.