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Saturday, 6 January 2018

Police launch investigation after rampaging bouncer knocks out two revellers in quick succession with single punches to the head during chaotic brawl outside 'student night' at a club

  • A bouncer was filmed punching two people to the ground in Nottingham
  • One of the men was knocked to the ground three times by the blows
  • People in the background of the video can be heard screaming during the incident outside Ink nightclub in the city centre
  • Do you know the bouncer or were you there? Contact amanda.cashmore@mailonline.co.uk 

  • A nightclub bouncer has been filmed knocking two revellers clean out leaving onlookers screaming in shocking scenes as a brawl sprawls out of control
    The footage was taken outside Nottingham's Ink nightclub on Thursday, where a fight broke out after a student night at the venue.
    One man was knocked to the floor three separate times by the powerful blows to his head.

    Violent: The video shows two men being knocked to the floor by the bouncer outside Nottingham's Ink nightclub on Thursday

    Violent: The video shows two men being knocked to the floor by the bouncer outside Nottingham's Ink nightclub on Thursday

    One man was knocked to the floor three times with single blows to the head during the fracas
    One man was knocked to the floor three times with single blows to the head during the fracas


    People can be heard screaming in the background as the fight unfolds. 
    The huge bouncer was part of the fracas outside the nightclub, and can be seen grappling with the first man.
    The security guard then punches the man in the head which causes him to fall to the floor, hitting a car on his way down.
    He then staggers to his feet to approach the bouncer, only to take another blow which sent him straight to the ground again.

    The bouncer punched one man to the floor, on top of one of the earlier men he had taken out
    The bouncer punched one man to the floor, on top of one of the earlier men he had taken out

    People can be heard shouting and screaming in the background of the shocking clip
    People can be heard shouting and screaming in the background of the shocking clip

    Ink nightclub in Nottingham. The brawl happened outside the club on Thursday
    Ink nightclub in Nottingham. The brawl happened outside the club on Thursday
    Another partygoer then becomes involved in the violence, and he is sent sprawling on top of the first man, with another devastating blow from the burly bouncer.
    Once more, the first man gets to his feet to approach the security guard - and takes one final punch to the head and hits the concrete.
    The injured man lies very still on the street, while bystanders rush to help him.
    One calls out 'Someone call 999,' as people surround the man lay on the floor.
    In a statement, Nottinghamshire Police said: 
    'Nottinghamshire Police has been made aware of a video circulating online of an incident that is reported to have taken place in the Queen Street area of Nottingham city centre, either on the evening of Thursday 4 January or the early hours of Friday 5 January 2018.
    'At present, no report has been made to officers in respect of an incident of this nature at that location at the date and time currently being reported by some media outlets.
    'While the force is conducting its own enquiries to establish the circumstances surrounding the incident, officers are encouraging anyone directly involved or who may have witnessed the incident to call Nottinghamshire Police on 101 with any information.'
    Ink nightclub in Nottingham has been contacted for comment.


    3 comments:

    1. Probably an ex military thug fresh from abusing, raping and terrorizing people overseas.

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    2. Probably an ex military thug fresh from abusing, raping and terrorizing people overseas.

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    3. There are CCTV cameras all over Nottingham, even speaker CCTV which order you about and tell you to blow your noce and not suck your thumb. Funny how police had to catch it on social networks....just sayin'

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