Man allegedly punched and knocked out doorman at Skegness pub

A man allegedly punched and knocked out a doorman at a pub in Skegness before running off, say Lincolnshire Police. The incident happened at the Water Hole, on Drummond Road, where officers were called to an argument between the man and a doorman.

The doorman was knocked out as a result of a blow, police said, which caused GBH-level serious injuries. The force is looking for the man in relation to the incident, who is described as “a white male aged 25-40 who is 6ft tall, slightly built, with short dark hair.”

Lincolnshire Police reports: “He was a wearing thin, light blue coloured long-sleeved top, dark trousers, and white shoes/trainers on the evening. He was with a female with shoulder length blonde hair who was wearing blue jeans and a dark jacket.”

A spokesperson for Lincolnshire Police said: “If you recognise the man in the photo, please contact us.

Call 101 quoting ‘22000319844’; email: including ‘22000319844’ in the subject line; if you wish to remain anonymous, you can report via the independent charity Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111 or online: mentioning ‘22000319844.'”

Source – Lincolnshire Live