The 37-year-old man dies in the hospital after a fight has broken out in the exclusive golf club. The police accuse four men of serious bodily harm
- Four men are charged with grievous bodily harm after a man dies in a golf club fight
- The police called the Top Meadow Golf Club in Upminster in east London at 10:50 p.m.
- The 37-year-old victim from Hornchurch received first aid, but later died in the hospital
Four men were charged with aggravated assault after a man was killed in a golf club fight.
Police were called to the Top Meadow Golf Club on Fen Lane in Upminster, east London, at 10:50 p.m. on Saturday, where a 37-year-old was detained.
The man from Hornchurch in east London collapsed a short time later and received first aid from on-site paramedics.
He died yesterday in a hospital in East London. His family was informed and he was not officially identified.
The Top Meadow Golf Club states on its website that it has a modern and elegant clubhouse and restaurant, hotel, conference and event space ideal for weddings, business meetings and all types of celebrations. & # 39;
Police were called to the Top Meadow Golf Club on Fen Lane in Upminster in East London (Image)
The 18-hole course is described as "in the heart of the landscape" in a "quiet place" with "great views".
The police said today that an autopsy will take place in due course.
Paulo Pinto, 50, from Rivenhall; Gaetano Schembri, 24, from Grays; and Melchione Schembri, 58, also from Grays; Everyone in Essex and Shkelzen Mataj, 39, from Luton, Bedfordshire, was charged with GBH.
They are due to appear before the Barkingside Magistrates & # 39; Court today.
Anyone with information is requested to call the police on 101, with reference number CAD 8238 / 07DEC, or to remain anonymous to contact Crimestoppers at 0800 555 111 or online.
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