Bottle attack at pub sees man rushed to hospital
A MAN was rushed to hospital after a bottle attack in a West End pub on Saturday.
The 32-year-old was struck by the item at around 11.10pm in the Quarter Gill on Dumbarton Road before the assault continued outside.
He was then taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital where he was treated for a head injury relating to the bottle attack.
Another man, 22, was also assaulted but did not require hospital treatment.
Police are now hunting two men they believe to be responsible.
They are said to have made off along Hyndland Street.
The men responsible are described as being white, about 6’ in height, aged in their late 40s and bald.
Officers in Glasgow are appealing for information after the incident in Partick.
Detective Constable Craig Martin, the officer in charge of the enquiry, is appealing for anyone with information which can help identify the two men who carried out the assaults to get in touch.
He added: “If you were in the Quarter Gill or in the
Dumbarton Road area at the time and witnessed the assaults I would urge you to contact me.”
Police Scotland can be contacted on 101 - quoting incident 4149 of December 28, 2019.
Information can also be given anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.