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Police arrest man over headbutt

A MAN has been hospitalised after being headbutted in a fight at the Birallee Tavern.

Police arrested a 22-year-old Wodonga man last night.

Leading Sen-Constable Chris Grimmett said while police were yet to determine exactly what had occurred, officers had been told the man had headbutted another man.

“Any injuries sustained are believed to have been caused by bodily force,” he said.

“There was a disturbance at the hotel and a man has been assaulted by another man.

“That person is in custody pending interview.”

Sen-Constable Grimmett said multiple people had been involved in the incident, with early indications some had been at the Wodonga Gold Cup during the day.

The incident occurred about 7pm last night and police will review security footage to determine exactly what occurred.

“It’s not a common occurrence,” he said.

“Any act of violence, especially where a person has to go to hospital, is of concern to us.

“Acts of violence involving alcohol at and around licenced premises are always concerning.”

Sen-Constable Grimmett urged witnesses to contact police.

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