Man, 29, has ear chewed in street attack

Man, 29, has ear chewed in street attack

Man, 29, has ear chewed in street attack

First published in News by , Crime reporter

A man was bitten on the ear in a street attack.

The 29-year-old had his ear chewed in Terminus Road, Eastbourne, on Saturday, March 29, shortly before 3.20am, Sussex Police said.

A force spokesman said: “Police attended where two men, both from Eastbourne, were found to have been injured, apparently after having been attacked by a group of men.

“One, aged 22, had a cut across the bridge of his nose and the other, a 29-year-old, had what appeared to be a bite mark to his ear, causing a small wound. Both men had blood on their faces and clothing. No witnesses have come forward.”

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6:34pm Thu 10 Apr 14

Sir Prised says...

I've just commented on what a pit Brighton has become. Looks like Eastbourne's much the same. So many people now act like animals.
I've just commented on what a pit Brighton has become. Looks like Eastbourne's much the same. So many people now act like animals. Sir Prised
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