A TEENAGER has apologised to a door supervisor following an incident outside a Hampshire pub.

As previously reported, an altercation occurred between 18-year-old Amy Bennett and 30-year-old door supervisor Stuart Dade outside Alfie’s bar in Winchester High Street on December 28 last year.

A video circulated online showing Ms Bennett allegedly being shoved to the ground by the door supervisor outside the pub.

Ms Bennett said she was attempting to enter Alfie’s, but was turned away at the door for being too drunk.

Speaking at the time, she said: “Nothing I did that night deserved a reaction like that.”

The incident sparked a police probe with officers investigating two reports of assault – one on an 18-year-old woman and another on a 30-year-old man.

But now the force have confirmed that no crime took place and Ms Bennett has written a letter of apology to Mr Dade.

Talking to the Daily Echo she said: “I wrote the letter really to just put everything to bed. I wanted to apologise for the way I acted that night as I was drunk and in no way was I in the right to annoy the bouncer and push him to do what he did.”

A spokesman for Hampshire police said, as part of the investigation, officers looked at a short clip which showed part of the incident, and much longer footage from the bar’s CCTV system.

The spokesman added: “For the report of an assault on an 18-year-old woman, having established the full circumstances of the incident, no criminal offences were identified. No further action will be taken. For the report of an assault on a 30-year-old man, an 18-year-old woman attended a police station on a voluntary basis, and was interviewed under caution. Both parties agreed that this could be dealt with by way of a community resolution.”

Mr Dade said: “I’m just glad CCTV was able to cover the whole incident, without it, I dread to think what could have happened to my career in my full-time job and the respect of my family and friends. I received a lot of backlash on social media which amounted to sleepless nights with my family over a video that didn’t show the whole incident.”

General manager of the bar, Craig Friswell, added: “We are relieved that once all the evidence has been reviewed, our employee has been cleared of any wrong doing. We were upset with the treatment he received on social media and the harassment that followed. We would caution people in the future to not pass judgement on a situation when they are not in possession of all of the information .”