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Injured Queen's Head doorman calls for better police presence in Newark




A doorman who could have lost an eye when he was glassed trying to police a Newark pub has lifted the lid on an average night out post-lockdown.

The doorman, who does not want to be named, works at the Queen's Head in Newark Market Place.

The eye injuries sustained when a dorrman was glassed. (39356585)
The eye injuries sustained when a dorrman was glassed. (39356585)

Two Saturdays ago, he was the intended target of a pint glass thrown by a youth who had been repeatedly declined entry to the Queen's Head because it was over its covid-19 regulation capacity of 30 patrons.


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