01:50AM, Monday 06 January 2014
Staff at a kebab shop in Windsor were attacked by customers who threw a glass bottle at a doorman.
The altercation happened at the Istanbul Kebab shop, in Victoria Street, at 3.30am on Sunday, December 29, after four men started arguing with staff.
One of the men punched a staff member and was restrained by a customer while the other men started assaulting the door staff and other workers in the shop.
When one of the men was removed from the shop he threw a glass bottle at a member of the door staff.
Three victims suffered scratches, bruising and grazes. The fourth victim had multiple fractures, cuts to the eye area and excessive swelling around the eye.
Investigating officer, PC Steve Parker from Maidenhead CID said: "There were other witnesses in the shop at time, as they tried to restrain and remove suspects.
"I am trying to identify any person who was in the shop when this happened to contact the police."
Two men, aged 22 and 24, have been arrested on suspicion of affray and ABH while a 19-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of ABH and a 23-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of affray and wounding with intent.
All four men have been released on bail until February 20.
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