FourFour two: Irish pubs patrons cry at being beaten in a bar in Manchester, after security guards beat them in a pub.
A pub in Manchester is now facing a fresh wave of complaints after a number of security guards were filmed abusing customers and leaving them to bleed to death in a Manchester bar.
The video shows a man sitting at a table at the bar, and as he is being punched, security guards can be seen shouting and punching him.
The footage then cuts to a number on the bar’s surveillance camera, which shows the man being dragged off by security and taken away by the bar staff.
The man, believed to be in his 40s, can be heard saying, “I just got stabbed in the back, I can’t get up, I’m bleeding, I need help” The man was later found in the street and taken to hospital, where he died.
Police have since confirmed that they will be investigating the incident.
“A number of people have reported they were assaulted and robbed in the Manchester City pub,” a Manchester police spokesperson said.
“It is our belief that the video shows this incident occurred and that this incident was not an isolated incident.”
The police will be working with our partners in the Metropolitan Police and the Metropolitan CID to investigate this matter.
“This incident is being treated as suspicious and we will be providing any relevant information to the police.”
The police spokesperson added: “The Manchester City Pub has taken swift action to deal with the incident, and CCTV footage is being reviewed.
We will also be conducting a full investigation into this matter.”
FourFour Two has contacted the Manchester Police to ask whether there is any evidence to support claims the security guards who attacked the man were carrying out a robbery.
In a statement on its website, the club has also said it has apologised to customers and staff for the “terrible incident” that occurred.
“We will continue to work with our friends and partners in law enforcement and the club to ensure this incident does not happen again, and that we are all made whole in the wake of this terrible incident,” the statement read.