Man left with permanent injuries after nasty Romford attack
A man has been left with a metal plate in his face and pins in his ankle, following a savage unprovoked attack in Romford.
The victim was enjoying an evening out with his girlfriend in Bentley’s Bar, in South Street, when he was punched in the face by a “tall” thug, at around 7pm on Saturday March 19.
The force of the smash, knocked the victim off his feet.
The attacker along with a group of his friends were thrown out of the nightspot by security but continued to taunt the victim from the street.
The man was taken to Queen’s Hospital, in Rom Valley Way, Romford, with a fractured and displaced nose, and a fractured ankle.
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His injuries are permanent, a Havering Police spokesman said.
Detectives would like to talk to these two men in relation to the incident.
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Anyone with information about the assault can call DC Dan Brown at Romford Police Station on 0300 123 1212.