THIS is the shocking moment a reveller was violently shoved to the ground by a vile bouncer at a popular Bristol nightclub.
Alexandra Passelle shared a distressing clip showing her being knocked down the steps outside the city‘s well-known student haunt Mbargo.
The clubber, who uses they and them pronouns, claims a security guard also attacked “multiple females and males”.
They shared horror footage showing her conversing with the bouncer before he suddenly pushed her in the chest.
The partygoer was seen crashing to the floor and slamming into a rope barrier as they were launched down the steps.
Alexandra’s friends can be heard furiously screaming: “Woah! Woah! Woah! What the f**k!”
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The wounded reveller was seen clamoring to her feet as outraged bystanders confronted the merciless Mbargo’s bouncer.
They also claim the security guard “punched them in the face and head” before launching an attack on their pals.
Two men were also pictured with busted lips and their faces covered in blood following the vile assault.
Alexandra alleged in an Instagram post: “The ‘security’ guy outside Mbargo’s attacked multiple females and males last night, including myself.
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“This was not the only assault on my person, he also punched me in the face and head.
“Woke up with blood on my pillow and have to go to A&E, the police were called and this guy was left working on the door.
“It’s not justifiable and he won’t be getting away with it.”
According to The Tab, Alexandra suffered a concussion and soft tissue damage as a result of the incident.
Reports suggest the bouncer has since been sacked from the security firm responsible for Mbargo, Overt Security.
The company said: “We take these matters extremely seriously…The individual has been removed from our company.
“We will assist with police investigations and also liaise with the Security Industry Authority to ensure this individuals license is reviewed.
“As a company we do not condone violence or acts of aggression, and we strongly condemn the acts of this individual.
“We know our staff represent us and therefore do all we can to ensure we hire professional individuals, however we cannot control the actions of others and unfortunately this individual has let the company down.
“We plan on ensuring this does not happen again, and will work as a company with our staff for a better result in the future.
“We would like to offer our apologies to all involved from behalf of the company.”
A spokesperson for Mbargo said: “Overt is an external company who are responsible for the security.
“Mbargo does not condone any violent or threatening behaviour and are appalled by the actions of the member of security involved.
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“We will be reviewing our current security immediately following this incident and Overt are dealing with the person in question.”
The Sun has contacted Avon and Somerset Police for comment.