A Scottish football fan who has travelled down to watch the England vs Scotland game at Wembley has been left seriously serious but non-life-threatening injuries after trashing a hotel room and then jumping from sixth-floor windows at a four-star hotel in West London we can reveal.
Police and paramedics from the London ambulance service were called to the Corus hotel on Lancaster Gate in Hyde Park on late on Friday evening after hotel staff called Police.
The man is understood to have been staying with a friend in a room that cost around £180 on the sixth floor when the drama started to unfold. One hotel source said that the room has been badly trashed and the man has been drinking for most of the day when the damage took place.
Police officers from Met Police have established a crime scene and the man has been rushed to hospital with serious injuries. Police officers tended to the man with first aid kits whilst awaiting Paramedics.
Medical equipment and blankets can be seen in the middle of the crime scene. A sliver hotel room kettle can also be seen with the medical equipment.
The man has since been rushed to a major trauma unit at the St Mary’s hospital in West London
The second person who was staying in the room with the man has been made to leave the hotel and seek an alternative room at another hotel in the area.
Police have spent the evening talking with the hotel manager and staff.
A spokesman for the Met Police said: Police were called at around 9.40pm on Friday, 18 June, to a male throwing items from the window of a hotel in Lancaster Gate, W2. It was also reported that the man had injuries to his hands.
Officers attended the location and detained a 27-year-old man after he fell from a window. He was arrested on suspicion of affray.