A BATHURST man was refused bail on Friday night after allegedly glassing another male at Bathurst Panthers.
Police and ambulance officers were called to the Piper Street club around 8pm on Friday after reports a man had allegedly headbutted and then glassed another patron.
Chifley Police District crime manager, Chief Inspector Luke Rankin, said both the accused, a 24-year-old man and the victim, 28, were from Bathurst.
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Chief Inspector Rankin said police would allege the accused approached the victim and headbutted him before striking him in the face with a schooner glass, causing a deep laceration to his face and neck.
Chief inspector Rankin said the two men were known to each other through a domestic relationship; the accused was in a relationship with the victim's current partner.
Due to the state of the victim, Chief Inspector Rankin said he was taken immediately to Bathurst Base Hospital.
A crime scene was established with police securing the area and guarding it until crime scene officers arrived at the club.
Police then spoke to witnesses and have also viewed CCTV footage of the alleged incident.
Chief Inspector Rankin said the accused attended Bathurst police station as police were investigating the incident.
He was arrested and charged with wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm.
The man was refused bail by police and went before a bail court hearing on Saturday where he was given conditional bail to reappear before Bathurst Local Court on August 19.
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