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Police called to The Bull Inn, in East Farleigh

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A male strippers' night at a pub ended in chaos after police were called following a row in which a woman and a staff member were allegedly assaulted.

Officers were called to the incident at The Bull Inn, in East Farleigh, on Saturday, August 28.

The Bull Inn in East Farleigh
The Bull Inn in East Farleigh

Witnesses claimed an argument broke out between a man and a woman which led to an altercation.

One customer, who was at the event and doesn't want to be named, claimed the woman was grabbed by her clothes and punched.

She said: "Others tried to get him off, myself included, but we were pushed to the floor.

"Police showed up thankfully, but you can't be doing that. It is vile behaviour."

The Bull Inn said a member of staff was also assaulted in the melee.

Police are investigating the alleged incident at the pub Picture: darrensp
Police are investigating the alleged incident at the pub Picture: darrensp

In a statement, the Lower Road pub said: "There was an incident at the pub during which a member of our staff was physically assaulted.

"The police were called and this is being dealt with by them, so we have no further comment."

Police confirmed they were investigating.

A spokesman said: "Kent Police was called at 10.37pm on August 28, to a disturbance at a pub in Lower Road, East Farleigh, where it is alleged a man assaulted a woman.

"Officers attended and an investigation is ongoing. No arrests have been made."

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