Ex-Goldman banker faces prison over nightclub bouncer altercation


A City banker who punched a doorman in the eye at a private members club in a row over an unpaid £500 bar tab is facing jail.

The Daily Telegraph reports that Mitchell Bayer-Goldman, 24, hit bouncer Allewyn Tredoux at The Cuckoo Club in Swallow Street, Mayfair, when he was prevented from leaving last December.

Bayer-Goldman was then dragged to the top floor of the club, which boasts Prince Harry and actress Eva Longoria among former patrons, and held by bouncers until police arrived, City of London Magistrates Court heard.

The economics graduate, who has worked for Barclays, JPMorgan and Goldman Sachs, has pleaded guilty to an assault charge, and could face jail when he is sentenced.

Charles Shelton, prosecuting said on the night of the incident Bayer-Goldman was being “aggressive towards staff refusing to pay his bar bill and started to thrash his arms”.

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City banker faces jail for punching bouncer over unpaid bar tab

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