Policeman broke his nose in a vicious fight at a beach cafe in Sydney – before a woman and two men are charged
- The police were called to a Coogee location because of concerns about customer behavior
- A police officer was allegedly injured during the fight and taken to the hospital
- Three people were charged and refused bail to appear in court on Sunday
Three people were charged after a police officer was reportedly attacked and broke his nose during a fight at a beach cafe.
The agent attempted to end a fight between customers at a pub in Coogee, Sydney on Saturday at 9 p.m. when he sustained facial injuries.
Reportedly the police were called because the staff were worried about the behavior of a number of teenagers.
The agent attempted to end a fight between patrons in a Coogee, on the eastern outskirts of Sydney, on Saturday at 9 p.m. when he sustained facial wounds
Reportedly the police were called because the staff were worried about the behavior of a number of teenagers
The officer was taken to the Prince of Wales Hospital to treat his broken nose.
A 21-year-old man was also wounded in the alleged fight and was taken to the same hospital by NSW Ambulance for a shoulder injury.
The man, from Queensland, was then released into police custody and charged with conviction.
A 30-year-old man has been accused of cocaine possession, police abuse and assault.
A 20-year-old woman from Clontarf was also accused of destruction.
All three were not placed on the Parramatta bail parliament on Sunday.
All three charges were not shown on Parramatta's bail on Sunday
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