A man has been arrested on suspicion of intentional grievous bodily harm after a man sustained a leg injury at a busy restaurant.
Police were called to the Sunshine Cafe, High Street, Hythe, following the incident at around 1:15 p.m.
Police confirmed this evening that a man in his 30s has been arrested and remains in custody as the investigation continues.
They said earlier that they were investigating reports of a stabbing, but business owner Halit Guner said they were not.
He told KentOnline the injured man had an argument with another man he was sitting with.
Mr Guner said a glass of Coca-Cola was thrown by one of them and crashed to the ground, shards penetrating the calf of the other.
A client who is a paramedic stepped in to help until emergency services arrived about 10 minutes later.
Mr Guner said: “To be honest with you, it was a shock, we don’t get things like that.”
He said the victim remained conscious and was speaking before emergency services arrived.
“He wasn’t losing a lot of blood but he was lucky,” said Guner, of the paramedic being there.
He said the person who threw the glass left before the police arrived.
The more we get.
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