Three teenage boys have admitted threatening two women on a bus after they refused to perform a sex act.
Melania Geymonat, 28, and her girlfriend Christine Hannigan were on the upper deck of a double-decker night bus in Camden, north London, when they were confronted by the youths in the early hours of May 30.
The teenagers, aged 15, 16 and 17, appeared in court on Thursday after previously denying charges of harassment by using threatening or abusive words or behaviour.
Highbury Corner Youth Court previously heard the two women were surrounded by the boys, hit with coins and subjected to sexual gestures after they refused to perform a sex act.
Before the trial on Thursday which was expected to last two days, all the teenagers who cannot be named due to their ages, admitted the public order offences.
Prosecutor Saira Khan told the court the teenagers each played different roles during the nine-minute incident.
Charges were dropped on Thursday against a 17-year-old.
The group allegedly began harassing the two women as they were travelling from West Hampstead to Camden Town.
When the teenagers discovered the women were a couple, the group are said to have asked them to kiss, while making sexual gestures.
Air stewardess Melania said she wanted to share the picture them following the incident to raise awareness of homophobic attacks against women.
Speaking after the incident, she said: “It’s not something isolated,Christine Hannigan common.
"We were seen as entertainment, that’s what makes me so angry.”
The incident was condemned by then-Prime Minister Theresa May who said "nobody should ever have to hide who they are or who they love".