SOUTH Wales Police were called to a bar in Cardiff city centre after several women allegedly made “transphobic” statements and threats to another member of the public.
On Monday, October 24, at approximately 2am, police were summoned to a pub on Mill Lane.
The group had been removed from the bar by door staff but they refused to leave.
A spokesperson said they had received reports that “a number of females were refusing to leave the premises after making transphobic comments and threats to a member of the public inside”.
A woman, 54, was arrested on suspicion of a public order offence but was later released following the input from the alleged victim.
The South Wales Police spokesperson added: “ She was de-arrested, as the victim did not want any further police action, and given suitable words of advice.”