2 MEN ARRESTED ON SUSPICION OF AFFRAY AFTER FIGHT ON RYDE ESPLANADE

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2 men are being questioned by Police after being arrested on suspicion of affray as a result of a fight in Ryde late last night (Tuesday).

Officers were called at 23:25 to reports of men fighting on Ryde Esplanade outside the King Lud pub.

A 50-year-old man, of no fixed abode, was arrested on suspicion of affray and possession of an offensive weapon.

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A 61-year-old man from Ryde was also arrested on suspicion of affray.

They both remain in custody at this time.

Video footage has emerged online of the incident, in which a woman can be seen crying. However, there has been no indication from Police of the woman being involved in the fight.

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Tony

The youth of today.

Grumpy old git

I blame the parents

Sym

Their 50 and up how are they youth?

Gurt

He’s taking the mick!

Magical mag

A joke hun

Terry

To far Tony.

Ryan day

He is 50 years old not exactly Young

Blockatubie

WAIT until Penny Feathers is filled to over capacity. This will be common place outside every tavern in East Wight.

Truth

Walking sticks at down, you would think they would live a more peaceful life at their age..

Bob

Pensioners fighting in the street, whatever next. And they blame youths of today, what an embarrassing sight no class!

Derek

Funny how many people suddenly become of no fixed abode when they are arrested.

Miss daisy

More low lifes

The Truth

They are always hanging about the town, Outside the co-op or down the front. Idiots the pair of them, they couldn’t pull the skin off a rice pudding….

Blockatubie

This type of homeless aren’t the victims most defend (unless they live anywhere near them), but low life drunks.   There are already lots of squalid shanty town buses and coaches jammed in behind the Go cart track behind Tesco with such types living in, throwing beer bottles over the wall.   Why is this allowed?   Surely a health and fire hazard IF nothing else.   These type are always ‘so poor’ can’t afford rent etc, yet always drunk.   Next time you go to Tesco, drive down past the Golf course to the entrance of the Go cart… Read more »

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