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Bury karaoke bar knife attack latest following 'serious disorder'

A bar at the centre of a knife attack during which a man was stabbed in the back of the head and another slashed under his eye has had its licensing conditions reviewed. Police were called at around midnight on Friday, January 5 to reports of serious disorder outside Overdraught Karaoke Bar on Blackburn Street, Radcliffe.

An interim licensing review of the bar last month requested by Greater Manchester Police heard that two men received serious injuries in a brief altercation after two suspects had entered and then left the premises.

Addressing a Bury council licensing panel, PC Peter Eccleston said one victim received a cut to the left side of his face, close to the eye socket and a slash to his left arm, just below the elbow. He said the second victim received a two centimetre cut to the back of the head, close to the base of his skull.

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It is understood that both men have now recovered and the suspects remain at large. The panel reconvened for a full licensing hearing for Overdraught, which has been run by licensee Alistair Johnson for around 13 years.

The panel again heard from PC Eccleston who confirmed there was no previous history of incidents at the premises in the last five years and considered Mr Johnson to be a good licence holder. There had been no issues obtaining the CCTV and Mr Johnson had fully cooperated with GMP on the night and since the incident.

He said he had no intention to request a suspension or revocation of the premises licence for Overdraught. PC Eccleston said that no door supervisors were on duty at the premises at the time of the violence and there were no specific conditions within the licence which commits the premises to