MAN STABBED IN THE CHEST WITH BROKEN BOTTLE
Police appeal for witnesses to incident outside pub
A MAN WAS smashed over the head with a bottle before being stabbed in the chest with its broken remains during a brawl outside a pub.
Police have said a man and a woman got into an ‘altercation’ outside the Merlin’s Cave pub in Chalfont St Giles at around 6.30pm Sunday June 18, with the woman punching and slapping the man before walking away.
Thames Valley Police said the wom- an then returned to the scene carrying a bottle and hit the man on the head with it, causing it to break, before stabbing him and causing a puncture wound.
Police have now launched an appeal for witnesses following the assault on High Street.
The woman is described as white, slim to medium build and has brown hair. She was wearing a black and white striped maxi dress and white flip flops.
The victim, a 27-year-old man, was taken to Wexham Park Hospital where he was treated for his injuries.
Investigating officer Det Con Chris Downs said: “At the time of the incident there was an event being held in the High Street, Chalfont St Giles and the road was closed.
“There were a lot of people in the area and we would ask if anyone saw the incident and has not yet spoken to the police to contact us on 101.”
A 32-year-old woman of no fixed abode has been arrested on suspicion of GBH in connection with this incident and has been released under investigation.