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David Moyes Investigated Over 'Wine Bar Assault'
Former Manchester United manager David Moyes is being investigated over claims he assaulted a man in a wine bar.
The alleged altercation between Moyes, 51, and a 23-year-old man is said to have happened in Clitheroe, Lancashire, at around 10pm on Wednesday.
Moyes was having a drink with a friend in the Emporium wine bar when a "minor scuffle" allegedly took place, said Sky's Nick Martin.
Police said no one had been arrested and there are differing accounts of what happened.
They said officers were called to the venue after reports a local man had been assaulted by a 51-year-old man.
The alleged victim did not require hospital treatment, Lancashire Police said.
A spokesman for the Emporium said: "There was an incident outside the building.
"However, it did not affect any of our customers or staff and has been dealt with by the police."
The town centre bar describes itself as "half coffee shop, wine bar and brasserie; half interior design superstore", offering a "unique, intoxicating lifestyle experience".
Moyes was sacked from Old Trafford last month after a disastrous season.
He has been linked to the vacant manager's chair at Celtic and an immediate return to Champions League football.