A woman carrying a rainbow flag was reportedly shot in the head with a BB gun after taking part in the Olsztyn Equality March in Poland.
The march took place on 20 May. It's the third time that the event has been held - the event is described as a celebration of Poland's queer community.
The victim was attacked with a BB gun while walking to an afterparty and carrying a rolled up rainbow flag. She suffered minor head injuries and was released from hospital after treatment. To date, no one has been charged in relation to the attack.
What's life like for LGBTQ people in Poland?
Poland remains a very socially-conservative country, with the Catholic Church a big player in shaping public opinion.
Religious conservatism is a powerful force in maintaining support for the ruling Law and Justice party.
Poland’s 1997 constitution states that a marriage is between a man and a woman.
Civil partnerships between same-sex couples are not legally recognised.
LGBTQ Pride parades in Poland are routinely attacked by far-right activists.
Despite international outrage – and threats from the EU of withdrawal of funding – around 100 municipalities have declared themselves “LGBTQ-free zones”. This equates to about one-third of Poland – an area about the size of Hungary.