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Bouncers thrash ‘drunk’ men in Gurgaon pub

A group of bouncers assaulted two drunken youths over a trivial issue at a well-known pub on Gurgaon’s MG Road late on Saturday night, reports HT Correspondent.

delhi Updated: Oct 27, 2008 23:11 IST
HT Correspondent

A group of bouncers assaulted two drunken youths over a trivial issue at a well-known pub on Gurgaon’s MG Road late on Saturday night.

The injured youths both residents of Nathupur village were admitted in a private hospital with multiple wounds.

The police said the matter was under investigation and a case would be registered only after they received the medical report. No arrests were made till Monday evening.

According to the SHO of DLF City (Phase I) police station Gulam Mohammad, the incident happened around 11.30 pm on Saturday night when Navin Kumar and his friend Rajiv wanted to enter Club Saffire at Regent Square where already a group of revelers was enjoying a party.

“The bouncers refused the duo entry into the private area but the latter stuck to their demand. An altercation followed and the bouncers shunted the duo out. Some of the bouncers thrashed Navin and his friend. We are awaiting medical report from Sri Ram Hospital and will act accordingly,” the SHO said.

Navin claimed innocence and claimed that he and his friends had left the pub after an altercation and had come to the ground floor coffee shop. “But a group of 7-8 bouncers from Club Saffire came down hunting for us, dragged us out of the coffee shop and assaulted us with baseball bats. My friend managed to flee,” he added.

Admitting that the bouncers had thrashed the boys, J.D. Ghosh, manager Club Saffire, said the duo were trying to create nuisance inside the club. “It is not the first time such youths from surrounding villages created nuisance here. We filed complaints with the police several times but nothing happened,” he added.