One CLUBBER claimed that a claimant punched her so hard in the face burst a blood vessel in her eye.
Abbey Jackson, 22, said people bounced at a Manchester The nightclub allows two people to enter without showing their vaccine passports.
A friend of Jackson later faced security outside the 42nd Street nightclub on Wednesday night as they went to celebrate a birthday.
Jackson and both her friends, 23-year-old Leon Parsons and 28-year-old Kieran Bendix, were accused of hurt by a young man after he was branded “aggressive”.
Jackson claims she was also punched in the eye by him.
Great Manchester Police Officials have confirmed they are investigating allegations of assault but say no arrests have been made.
The “heavyset” pitcher at the Bootle Road club, Manchester, is also accused of suffocating Parsons and hitting him so hard that he has a lump on his head.
Jackson has also claimed that her friend tried to document some of the incidents but had his phone stolen and “smashed unusable”.
Jackson, from Hereford, Herefordshire, said: “We tried to explain to them but the guard continued to be aggressive and it turned into him following my friend, shoving him and yelling at him.
“This guard is over 6ft tall and he is very attentive to you, twice the size of me and my friends.
“When we tried to push him away, he started lunging at us and started shoving us.
“I can’t remember the exact sequence of events because it all happened so fast but he ended up hitting my friend hard in the face, choking my other friend and hitting him so hard that he got a lump in the back. head.
“He punched me in the face so hard I thought I was going to pass out, then I found out he punctured a blood vessel in my eye. ‘
She also warned people about 42 in one nightclub Facebook post.
“Last night me and some friends turned 42 because it was our two birthdays,” she said.
“We lined up and were asked the usual ‘tickets, NHS cards’ etc and when we found it on our phones two guys pushed in front of us and were let in without showing our cards. their NHS.
“So my friend asked why is that. Although it was a bit confrontational, it was by no means extreme but one of the protesters then gave him an attitude and denied him entry, and denied me and the other person entry simply by contacting him. conclude.
“Then it completely lost control after the driver started running straight at my friend and pushing him around and following him across the street.
“When me and another friend of mine tried to intervene, we were met with the same treatment.
“What followed was this one assailant repeatedly physically attacking all of us, including marking my friend in the face, strangling my other friend, and banging his head so hard that he floated. lumps, and punched me in the eye causing me to bleed and blacken. eye and cause subconjunctival hemorrhage.
“Previously, 42 was my favorite club in Manchester but after being verbally and physically assaulted by a guard on my birthday I will no longer be back.”
Members of the Facebook group were shocked by the allegations, and some described those who roamed the nightclub as “cowardly”.
One member wrote: “Those who uploaded at 42 are so mean, hope you’re okay!
“I went to stand outside for five minutes with a friend (they stood staring at us for five minutes) and then they wouldn’t let us in again to get my things out of the cloakroom.
“When I tried to get in, a pitcher pushed me past and all the rest of the payers just stood and laughed.”
Another added: “Absolutely disgusting, he needs arrest. I’m sorry guys. I wish you a speedy recovery. The club should tell you his name. ”
A shocked club person said: “The pitchers here are horrible. One person made me wait for my friends to come downstairs before I left.
“We were the only ones on the stairs and he yelled at me because just waiting for them to get to the bottom he’d lost his mind.”
And another posted: “Oh my gosh I hope you’re okay, bouncers at 42 are vile.”
Greater Manchester Police said in a statement: “Police were notified at 12:15pm on Thursday 23 December to reports of an attack on Bootle Street, Manchester, the previous day.
“The investigation is ongoing and no arrests have been made.”
The Sun Online has contacted the 42nd nightclub for comment.
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/17139482/clubber-punched-manchester-bouncer-nightclub-eye/ Woman, 22 years old, said being attacked punched her so hard that blood vessels in her eyes burst