A pub in Narborough closed its doors tonight (Saturday) after an arrest on the premises.
Police were called to The Copt Oak tonight – the first day that pubs could reopen following the coronavirus blockade.
After discovering an incident in which a man was injured in the pub, the agents made an arrest.
The owner has since closed the bar doors for the rest of the day.
A statement from the Leicestershire police said: “The police were called to a location on Hardwicke Road, Narborough, immediately after 5:30 pm today (Saturday July 4) after an assault report.
“A man suffered neck injuries and was taken to hospital for treatment.
“The injuries are not considered serious.
“A 35-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of loss and remains in police custody.
“The host of the premises has decided to close the business for the evening to prevent further accidents of disorder.”
The images were shared on social media by police vehicles on the scene answering the call.
The venue had been posted on Facebook on July 1st to let people know about its reopening today along with many other pubs across the county thanks to new government measures.
“We will open your doors on July 4th at 12:00 and we are so excited to see you again,” they said.