Man hospitalised following Cardiff Bay knife attack

A 25-year-old man has been hospitalised following an attack, which took place outside a Cardiff Bay restaurant last Saturday.

The man was assaulted with a large knife, and received minor wounds to his wrist and arm.

A 32-year-old man was arrested at the scene of the incident in the car park of the Red Dragon Centre.

The assault happened at 7pm, outside the Miller and Carter steakhouse.

A stolen car was reported to have been found crashed and abandoned near the scene.

A spokesperson from South Wales Police told Wales Online: “There was a nasty assault in the car park of the Red Dragon Centre and a person was arrested”, adding: “One male was assaulted and received a cut to his left wrist after being struck with a large knife”.

The spokesperson also said that: “We had sufficient resources at the scene and the ambulance service conveyed the victim to the University Hospital of Wales with non-life threatening injuries”, and assured that they were “satisfied we have everything in hand”.