An Edmonton server needed 14 stitches after she was smashed in the face with a glass at a northside pub over the weekend, following an argument she said started over a face mask.Edmonton police said they were called to the pub at around 11 p.m. Saturday and are investigating the “violent assault.” Officers continue to investigate and said they are reviewing surveillance footage throughout the area in hopes of identifying the suspect.The altercation happened at the Crown & Anchor Pub & Grill and was captured on the pub’s surveillance camera.
Server Erin Shaw said a female customer came into the pub after 10 p.m. and continued to ask for a drink or a shot.Shaw said she told the woman she couldn’t serve her, because of restrictions put in
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