30th May, 2020

Customer racially abused pub worker

Malvern Editorial 24th Sep, 2015 Updated: 20th Oct, 2016

A MEMBER of staff at a Great Malvern pub was racially abused by a customer.

A man was behaving in a ‘disorderly manner’ at The Foley Arms Hotel on Sunday, September 13, and was approached by the victim.

The suspect subsequently assaulted the member of staff and made a racially abusive comment. It happened between 10pm and 10.40pm.

He is described as white, early to mid 40s, between 5ft 5ins and 5ft 7ins, stocky build, short receding light brown hair, tattoos on both arms and was wearing a light coloured sweater with blue jeans.

Another man who is believed to be known to the suspect was present during the incident and is described as white, slightly tanned, 5ft 6ins, late 30s to early 40s, athletic build, dark spiked brown hair, tattoos on each arm and wearing a dark coloured t-shirt with blue jeans.

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