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Southampton man McCauley Douglas charged after reported assault at Kings Arms in Lymington

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A MAN has been charged after a Lymington pub staff member was reportedly attacked over the weekend.

The worker at the Kings Arms pub on St Thomas Street was allegedly assaulted at about 8.30pm on Saturday, suffering minor injuries to his face and hands.

The Kings Arms pub in Lymington (picture: Google)
The Kings Arms pub in Lymington (picture: Google)

Police investigating the incident announced this morning (Monday) they had arrested and charged McCauley Douglas (22) of Darwin Road, Southampton, with two counts of assault and one of assaulting an emergency worker.

He was released on bail and will attend Southampton Magistrates' Court on 25th August.

A 25-year-old man from Marchwood was also arrested on suspicion of assaulting an emergency worker, but was later released and given a conditional caution, a spokesperson for Hampshire police said.

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