Wales rugby player Bradley Davies bailed after incident

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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.

'Further escalation'

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.

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