Celebrity chef Nick Nairn assaulted in Aberdeen

Nick nairn
Celeb chef nick nairn has been assaulted in aberdeen.

The 58-yr-vintage chef - known from the bbc's ready steady prepare dinner and landward - said he was attacked in union avenue via two "feisty chaps" at approximately 01:00.
He become taken to aberdeen royal infirmary for treatment, and later said: "i'm first-rate - i appearance a fright."
Police scotland said they concept that two guys sporting black jackets and jeans might also have data that might assist with their inquiries.
The chef said incident, which befell near union avenue's junction with union row, took place after he left his cook college with operations supervisor julia forster.

'hitting with purse'
Mr nairn informed bbc scotland: "two men in their mid 20s stated some thing, i in all likelihood had a smart respond.
"one punched me in the face. I think i blanked out, and got here to included in blood.
"julia, who i was with, turned into hitting these guys along with her purse. They ran off.
"full marks to the residents of aberdeen, one phoned 999, one helped julia, one placed something underneath my head."
Nick nairn
Photograph caption
The chef appears on programmes along with landward
He delivered: "i simply desire these men get stuck and do not do it once more, or others reflect onconsideration on what takes place if you hit any individual in the road.
"i'm sure they'll find out who it became.
"whilst it comes out of nowhere it unsettles you, and makes you believe you studied what would possibly have occurred. I'm sincerely quite lucky."
Computer alan gordon stated: "with festive celebrations ongoing, aberdeen metropolis centre was busy remaining night with human beings out socialising.
"i'd ask that if everyone saw this incident to touch us."
Nairn joined the merchant navy at 17 and turned into on the way to being the master of a forty,000 tonne vessel while he announced he turned into going to be a chef.
Some years later he opened his first restaurant


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