- Stephen Lavelle, 27, was charged with assault at the Sin City nightclub in QLD
- He is a bronze medallist from the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow
- Boxer allegedly threw a glass at an 18-year-old’s face who was taken to hospital
Commonwealth Games bronze medallist Stephen Lavelle has been charged after he allegedly punched a woman and glassed a man at a Gold Coast nightclub.
The Scottish boxer, who won his medal at Glasgow in 2014, was at the Sin City nightclub in Surfers Paradise when police say he approached an 18-year-old man and woman.
According to the Gold Coast Bulletin, the 27-year-old man allegedly hit the woman in the face and threw a glass at the man at 3am on Thursday.
Stephen Lavelle (left) was charged at the Sin City night club at Surfers Paradise on Thursday after he allegedly hit a woman and glassed a man
The Commonwealth Games 2014 bronze medallist has no association with the Gold Coast games
The man was taken to Gold Coast University hospital with non-life threatening injuries to his face and the woman had no injuries.
Lavelle isn’t associated with the current games on the Gold Coast.
The boxer, who now lives in Victoria, has been charged with one count of assault occasioning bodily harm and one count of common assault.
The Commonwealth Games medallist has been charged at a Gold Coast nightclub (pictured) after he allegedly punched a woman and glassed a man at Sin City
He is due to face Southport Magistrates Court on April 30.
It is the second incident to hit the well-known Gold Coast club this week after Irish boxer Sean McComb was banned from the party district and fined $756 on the spot.
The Northern Ireland athlete was drinking with friends when bouncers kicked him out on Tuesday morning.
The 25-year-old allegedly took a swing at security and was seen arguing with them as he left the club.
He was removed from the athletes’ village at the Commonwealth Games and an investigation was launched by Northern Island officials.
It is the second incident to hit the well-known Gold Coast club this week after Irish boxer Sean McComb (pictured) was banned from the party district and fined $756 on the spot on Tuesday
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