Scarborough: Battle to make beachside hotspot safe after bloody brawl that could leave man without an eye

A 32-year-old man may lose an eye after he was allegedly glassed by another while on the dancefloor at Oceans 6019 bar in Scarborough on the long weekend.

Scarborough officer-in-charge Craig Wanstall told PerthNow this week Mirrabooka detectives were still investigating a fight that erupted inside the bar about 9pm on Saturday.

Police allege a 39-year-old man punched the 32-year-old victim to the face while holding a glass in his hand.

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The victim suffered facial lacerations which required surgery at Royal Perth Hospital and he may suffer loss of the eye or his vision, with further testing to confirm the outcome.

The 39-year-old man sustained significant cuts to his right hand which resulted in arterial bleeding. No charges had been laid ahead of PerthNow going to print on Wednesday.

The incident came just days before it was revealed Scarborough, along with other coastal hot spots Hillarys and Fremantle, would join Perth, Northbridge and Mandurah as zones where thugs convicted of violent attacks would be banned.

The State Government is bringing in the legislation, which includes giving police the power to issue “exclusion orders” from the areas to be known as Protected Entertainment Precincts, in the latest attempt to stop violence in the popular nightspots.

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