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Wednesday, Nov 25, 2020

Man told to wear mask wounds nightclub security with machete

Man told to wear mask wounds nightclub security with machete

A security guard at a nightclub in Huntums Ghut is nursing wounds to one of his hands after he was reportedly attacked by a man wielding a machete on Sunday night, October 18, 2020.
According to reports reaching our newsroom, the man had become furious after he attempted to enter the nightclub without a mask and was stopped by the security guard, who allegedly told him a mask was required for entry.

The irate man reportedly left the premises but returned shortly after with a machete and approached the security guard in an aggressive manner.

The security guard allegedly reacted by holding on to the weapon; however, the man pulled the machete away, causing the security guard to sustain severe injuries to his fingers.

The perpetrator reportedly left the scene before police arrived.

It is unclear if he has since been identified and arrested.
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