GRAPHIC IMAGES: Victim speaks out after being glassed
THE victim of a glassing in a Bundaberg pub has spoken out following the ordeal.
Daniel Mcalpine said he was having a great night out on Friday and was standing outside the venue when the attack happened.
"Before I saw anything, I had been king hit with a glass, didn't even know why or who it was," he said.
"After getting hit I stumbled back after the impact, dropped to my knees.
"An off-duty nurse held my head but then instantly I could hear and feel people fighting around me so I told the off-duty nurse to move me in the middle of the road away from the violance."
Mr Mcalpine said the ordeal was made even worse when he was robbed while he was awaiting an ambulance.
"I am still traumitised and depressed from the whole ordeal still," he said.
Police confirmed they are investigating the glassing incident at a Bundaberg pub on Targo St.
An altercation broke out between several people, according to a police spokesman.
Mr Mcalpine was struck with a glass.
A spokesman for the Queensland Ambulance Service confirmed that at just before 10pm that night, paramedics were called to reports to a man being wounded to the head.
Mr Mcalpine was taken to Bundaberg Hospital in a stable condition.
No charges have been laid at present, with police conducting investigations into the incident.