Wales rugby player Bradley Davies bailed after incident
Welsh rugby international Bradley Davies has been arrested after an incident involving around 30 people at a bar at a Welsh seaside resort.
The Cardiff Blues forward, 24, was one of two men held after a fight outside The Deck pub in Saundersfoot in Pembrokeshire on Saturday night.
A spokesman for his rugby region said: "It is inappropriate to comment while police carry out their investigations."
Dyfed-Powys Police said two men, 25 and 24, were arrested and bailed.
The statement said a number of men and women were allegedly assaulted during the incident which happened at around 2155 BST.
Glasses and bottles were also reportedly thrown during the incident.
The statement said: "Officers from across Pembrokeshire attended the incident and after the crowd dispersed police maintained a high profile presence in the town to ensure public safety and prevent any further escalation of trouble."
Llantrisant-born Davies has won 22 caps for Wales since making his debut as a replacement against Scotland in the 2009 Six Nations championship.
The second row played in all five matches in this season's tournament.
As a junior player he was captain of the Wales Under-19s team that won the Grand Slam in 2005 and made his senior debut for the Cardiff Blues in the same season.