A group of teenage college students who went to a pub in Romford last night for a quiet drink ended up being viciously attacked by the security staff on the door.
The brutal attack took place last night along South Street in Romford as the teenage girls were punched, pushed and kicked leaving one not moving on the pavement.
Delaney Duggan from Romford and a group of her friends went to the pub in South Street to listen to the karaoke. They had just finished their first drink when one of the teenagers went to the bar to get another to be refused for no apparent reason.
Delaney told the Havering Daily: “I went up and asked the bar staff why they refused to serve my friend and they could not answer me. As I walked back from the bar the security guard pushed me. He grabbed my coat and my hair and pushed me against the wall.
“I told him not to touch me and started to walk out of the pub. As we left the security guards then all started to hit my friend for no reason. They started punching her in the face and in the end she fell to the floor and couldn’t move.
“It was horrific, I’ve never seen anything like it. She dropped to the floor and didn’t move, then the guards went away laughing and my friend was left unable to move on the floor.
“We asked to get CCTV footage but they said that there isn’t any so now we are trying to locate other cameras along the road that might have picked up this attack on my friend.”
Delaney is just 5’1 and 18 years old and her friends are all teenagers who wanted to attend the karaoke event at the pub.
Now they are appealing to anyone who might have seen what happened last night or for CCTV cameras along South Street.
The pub has been contacted and no response has so far been given.