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Man charged over Currumbin glassing

A man has been charged following an alleged glassing at a Currumbin home.
A man has been charged following an alleged glassing at a Currumbin home. John Gass

A CURRUMBIN man has been charged after an alleged glassing on Tuesday.

The 55-year-old was charged after police were called to a dispute at a Currumbin residence.

Police said about 3.30pm a physical altercation between to men broke out at a Pacific Pde address.

A 60-year-old man received a cut to his arm from a broken drinking glass.

The accused was charged with unlawful wounding and will appear in Southport Magistrates Court on October 23.

Topics:  currumbin, glassing, gold coast police



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