Police charge three following post-Euro Cup tussle outside Bradford eatery

Trio reportedly tried to enter a restaurant without masks and with their own cooler

Three people are facing assault-related charges following reports of an interaction outside a restaurant in Bradford after the Euro Cup finals.

The South Simcoe Police Service was called to an establishment at Holland and Drury Streets on Sunday, July 11 with reports of a disturbance out front. Police were told employees and a customer had been assaulted by a group of people trying to enter. Investigators said at the time, the group was trying to enter the restaurant unmasked and with their own cooler.

EMPLOYEES ASSAULTED DURING EURO CUP CELEBRATIONS IN BRADFORD

On Monday, the police service confirmed three people have been charged in connection to this incident. A 50-year-old man from Richmond Hill as well as two men from Bradford, aged 29 and 36, will answer to their charges at a future court date.