No witnesses to May Morning injury

The Oxford Times: Police said no witnesses have come forward Police said no witnesses have come forward

POLICE officers still don’t know whether a man found unconscious in St Clement’s on Thursday was involved in a fight or not.

The man was found in the street with a bump on his head at 6.45am during Oxford’s May Morning celebrations.

Thames Valley Police spokeswoman Lucy Billen said it was still unclear whether the man in his early 20s had fallen over or was involved in a fight, adding that no witnesses had come forward.

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11:46am Sat 3 May 14

HomerSimpsonDoh says...

But the police decided to cause traffic chaos for hours by blocking the road off because of a drunken student.
But the police decided to cause traffic chaos for hours by blocking the road off because of a drunken student. HomerSimpsonDoh
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5:17am Sun 4 May 14

The New Private Eye says...

Double time had finished at 7 am, so this was a great excuse to get the triple time in until 10am. Ah, the poor lad had a bump on his head, I saw many "lads" with bumps on their heads in town tonight, but not any roads closed. ANSWERS PLEASE TVP.
Double time had finished at 7 am, so this was a great excuse to get the triple time in until 10am. Ah, the poor lad had a bump on his head, I saw many "lads" with bumps on their heads in town tonight, but not any roads closed. ANSWERS PLEASE TVP. The New Private Eye
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