Philadelphia’s law enforcers are searching for a suspect who punched a woman and hit her with a bar stool after being denied access into a Kensington bar. The aggravated assault happened on the 1800 block of East Allegheny Avenue.
Police say a 34-year-old woman got into a verbal argument with a man after she refused to allow him into the bar.
During the argument, the man punched the woman in the face. He then picked up a barstool and struck the woman and fled the scene in a dark-colored sedan — possibly a Pontiac G-6.
Identities of both man and women is not revealed due to some reasons. It is believed that woman faced such rage after she argued the man on the entrance basis in the bar. The man was denied access to a special room where only staff members were allowed.
So denying him cost her a lot as she suffered various injuries on her face. Man lost his cool and used a barstool to executed his anger on the woman. Currently, the police are looking for the man as he got fleed after the incident.
He is accused on charges of assault and creating a nuisance in a peaceful environment.