Man hit over head with cider bottle in Bridgwater

Man hit over head with bottle in Bridgwater

Man hit over head with bottle in Bridgwater

First published in News

A MAN was hit over the head with a bottle of cider during an assault in Bridgwater.

The incident happened at 4am on June 16 on York Road.

The victim was walking home when was approached by a white man in his early 20s, who was 6ft, of slim build and with short, light hair and dark clothes.

The attacker said ‘give me your stuff’ and when the victim refused he was hit over the head with a large brown cider bottle. He received several blows to his head.

Anyone with any information on this incident should call police on 101 or call Crimestoppers on 0800-555-111.

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7:20pm Wed 20 Jun 12

Doverbeme says...

Just want to say, the photograph used in this is atrocious. Not to mention the headline. Pretty certain it was the bottle that did the damage, not the liquid itself.
Just want to say, the photograph used in this is atrocious. Not to mention the headline. Pretty certain it was the bottle that did the damage, not the liquid itself. Doverbeme
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7:46pm Wed 20 Jun 12

RustyKnight says...

Nothing unusual for the apes at the Murkey!
Nothing unusual for the apes at the Murkey! RustyKnight
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5:58am Thu 21 Jun 12

mobyman says...

perhaps this man was a cider head ive hears of hitting the bottle but this is ridiculous
perhaps this man was a cider head ive hears of hitting the bottle but this is ridiculous mobyman
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9:39am Thu 21 Jun 12

rich1973 says...

Over the head with cider I bet he was ****
Over the head with cider I bet he was **** rich1973
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6:28pm Thu 21 Jun 12

Doverbeme says...

They've obviously noticed my original comment and decided to change the headline to inform everyone that it was indeed the bottle, and not the liquid, that did the damage, but left the caption under the photo as per the orginal headline...
They've obviously noticed my original comment and decided to change the headline to inform everyone that it was indeed the bottle, and not the liquid, that did the damage, but left the caption under the photo as per the orginal headline... Doverbeme
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