Serious incident in Britain’s highest pub

A man has been charged with attempted murder and firearm offences following an alleged incident that left another man with ‘serious injuries’.

The victim, in his 40s, sustained wounds to his arm at the Tan Hill Inn – Britain’s highest pub – in the Yorkshire Dales on Friday evening.

Paramedics discovered the man at the pub in Langthwaite, Richmond, at approximately 10:40 pm before promptly transporting him to the hospital. Thankfully, his injuries are not life-threatening.

The suspect, aged 46, was apprehended a ‘short time later’ and is also facing charges of actual bodily harm and battery, according to county police.

He has been remanded in custody and is expected to appear in York Magistrates Court later today.

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